PodBreeze and Jungledisk – another way to run PodBreeze on multiple machines

I haven’t tried this myself, but listening to Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson discuss Jungledisk on “The Tech Guy” gave me an idea.

If you need to run PodBreeze on multiple computers, and don’t want to store a backup of PodBreeze’s database on your MP3 player (or are not able to, as in the case with MTP players), Jungledisk is a viable option. Just make a folder on your Jungledisk drive, and tell PodBreeze to place it’s backup there. Do this on each computer you run PodBreeze on, and you’ll always be synchronized – provided that you close PodBreeze on each computer before starting it on another one, of course.


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