SugarSync, a company that provides free online file storage services to actively sync your files across all your computers and devices, has announced in an e-mail to its users that it will be releasing Windows Phone 7 app in the year 2012.
Though an unofficial client named Candy for SugarSync is available in the Windows Marketplace, it is very much limited. It is anticipated that an official client will offer a complete range of viewing and management features. The home page of Candy for SugarSync too says that “Candy is an album browser for SugarSync. You can view all your albums and images saved in SugarSync. Support for full file browsing is coming soon.”
With SugarSync on your Windows Phone device, every file and folder in your account has an associated shareable link that you can paste to e-mail, Twitter, or Facebook.
You can download and install SugarSync for Windows mobile from here.