Sync your Google Drive on Linux

Say goodbye to the reliability issues of other Linux sync apps.
Insync works on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, and Debian.
Compatible with Linux, Windows, and Mac with 15 day free trial

Sync your Google Drive on Linux in 3 easy steps

Get started in a jiffy!
Sign in with Google Drive

Download, install, then sign in with your Google account.

Use Selective Sync 2.0

Sync the files and folders you want, both locally and in the cloud.

Access your files locally

Your Google Drive files will be waiting for you in your file manager!

Syncing your Google Drive on Linux is just the beginning

What else can Insync do for you?

Cross Platform

Syncing files across multiple platforms is Insync's bread and butter. Compatible with Linux, Windows, and Mac.

Multiple Accounts

Sync files from multiple Google Drive and OneDrive Accounts with each one having its own local folder.

Shared Drives Syncing

Give your team members offline access to Google's Shared Drives for flexible and productive workflows.

Sync Peripherals

Sync your external drive to Google Drive or OneDrive. Or both!

Selective Sync 2.0

Sync any local folder with Google Drive & OneDrive or vice versa.

Docs Conversion

Automatically convert synced Google Docs to Microsoft Office and OpenDocument.

Multiple Computers

Install Insync in as many computers as you'd like to have 24/7 access to your Google Drive and OneDrive.

Ignore Rules

Set rules so that Insync will ignore certain file types or names when syncing. Works like .gitignore.

Linux has always been a first-class citizen of Insync

We fully support Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and the most common 64-bit Linux distros, file systems, and file managers

✔️ Ubuntu 16.04 and later
✔️ Linux Mint 18.x and later
✔️ Debian Stretch (9) and later
✔️ Fedora 27 and later

File Systems

✔️ Ext4
✔️ Btrfs
✔️ Xfs
✔️ Zfs
✔️ Every other file system

File Managers

✔️ Caja
✔️ Nautilus
✔️ Nemo

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Compatible with Linux, Windows, and Mac with 15 day free trial