Synchronise Devices

What programs do you want access to on all devices?

  • Music
  • Photos
  • Videos
  • Emails
  • Calendar
  • Apps 
  • Website bookmarks
  • Contacts
  • Notes
  • Passwords

What devices should be linked?

  • Phone
  • Tablet
  • Laptop 
  • PC
  • Mac

How to sync your devices?

Android

Syncing most content between PC and Android is quite easy thanks to Google.

When setting up your Android for the you will be requested to login to your Gmail (Google Mail) this will then keep your Contacts and Calendar up in the Cloud (Google Drive). You can save your Word, PowerPoint, Excel files and Photos to this Cloud. They then can be accessed by going to https://drive.google.com 

On your computer to access these files.

Google provides you with a FREE 15GB of storage more is available to be purchased in a variety of price and storage packages, (Starting from $1.99 per month for total storage of 100GB).

Windows

With Windows devices, you have the option to sign into your Google account for your calendar which will automatically show your calendar entries wherever you’re signed into Google. 

Documents can be synced to OneDrive (Microsoft Cloud platform) by signing into your Microsoft account before you use Word or One Note on your device. One Drive offers 5GB FREE storage, with the option to upgrade to 50GB.

Photos, music and other phone files can be synced to your PC by plugging your phone into the computer and following the prompts to choose what to sync and what folder to save it in.

On a Mac you must first download the application known as Windows Phone. Then follow the previous instructions.

Apple

Apple devices use iCloud offers a variety of packages ranging from ($1.49 for 50GB). It can be used to sync Contacts, Notes, Photos, Calendars etc.

Regardless what operating system you use, to sync website bookmarks we recommend using the same browser on all your devices and log in to your browser with your regular email address.

To sync Passwords there is an assortment of password managers that can be used as a secure vault to store your passwords for all your different online accounts. You can log into your password manager on any computer and most have apps for use on mobile devices. 

How to sync your devices?

Android

Syncing most content between PC and Android is quite easy thanks to Google.

When setting up your Android for the you will be requested to login to your Gmail (Google Mail) this will then keep your Contacts and Calendar up in the Cloud (Google Drive). You can save your Word, PowerPoint, Excel files and Photos to this Cloud. They then can be accessed by going to https://drive.google.com 

On your computer to access these files.

Google provides you with a FREE 15GB of storage more is available to be purchased in a variety of price and storage packages, (Starting from $1.99 per month for total storage of 100GB).

Windows

With Windows devices, you have the option to sign into your Google account for your calendar which will automatically show your calendar entries wherever you’re signed into Google. 

Documents can be synced to OneDrive (Microsoft Cloud platform) by signing into your Microsoft account before you use Word or One Note on your device. One Drive offers 5GB FREE storage, with the option to upgrade to 50GB.

Photos, music and other phone files can be synced to your PC by plugging your phone into the computer and following the prompts to choose what to sync and what folder to save it in.

On a Mac you must first download the application known as Windows Phone. Then follow the previous instructions.

Apple

Apple devices use iCloud offers a variety of packages ranging from ($1.49 for 50GB). It can be used to sync Contacts, Notes, Photos, Calendars etc.

Regardless what operating system you use, to sync website bookmarks we recommend using the same browser on all your devices and log in to your browser with your regular email address.

To sync Passwords there is an assortment of password managers that can be used as a secure vault to store your passwords for all your different online accounts. You can log into your password manager on any computer and most have apps for use on mobile devices.