M.H.A.Q.S. has released PS3 Cloud Drive v1.1.5.
- The application works with Google Drive. You will need a Google account to use it.
- Google Drive comes with 15GB of free space compared to PS Plus’s 1GB.
- Remote Authorization through “OAuth 2 for Devices” does not need you to give application any of your personal information.
- Bi-Directional Sync is possible. The application will sync your saves to the cloud and will download them to your hard drive.
- Resume support is present and you can quit the application any time you want. The app will pick up from where it left off.
- Resumable uploads and partial responses are supported.
- Save Revision and pinning/sticky support.
- Save Difference and update will only sync data that has changed to cut bandwidth usage.
- gzip compression for faster transfers. This is to save bandwidth on those ridiculously big “replays” and saves from some games.
Planned Features for next releases:
- Selective Sync. Users can select the game-saves they want to sync to the cloud. This also requires a GUI for the user to select which saves he needs transferred. Most likely a Dual panel layout.
- PSX/PS2 card slot sync. This might have made into the current release but I need to test some stuff before I put this in.
- Multiple Playstation 3 units support per account. A user may sign into a PS3-Cloud-Drive account and download saves from another ps3. This feature is highly dependent on selective sync.
- Save Resigning. Oh yeah, I know this’ll have to be done some day to make this app super awesome on all levels. But it’s prolly way down the road.
Download it from the Brewology Store.
Application’s Homepage: http://blog.tabinda.net/playstation-3/playstation-3-cloud-drive/
News source: ps3hax
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