How to two-way sync NanoStudio 2 data?
I have an iPad for use at home, where I do most of the work with Nanostudio. I have an iPhone, too, which I carry with me all the time. What I would love to have is to carry around on my iPhone a copy of everything which I had created with NS2 on the iPad, but without manually copying around single files. As I sometimes have some time and idea on the go, a sync the other way should be possible, too.
How can I achieve this? Is there some built-in cloud storage in NS2? This would be best, as it is fully automatic. Set it up once, then forget it.
If not, could I use the WebDav feature together with a file synchronization app? Like so:
I would mount the NS2 WebDav of both iDevices on my Mac and then start a file sync manually. Such a file sync (like
rsync) determines the differences between a source & a destination directory, then copies every new or updated file to the destination, finally removing every file not present on source. At the end, the contents of both directories are identical.
So, when I leave home, I would sync from iPad to iPhone, when returning home & having changed something, I would sync back the changes from iPhone to iPad.
Apart from having to remember to do this every time and not confusing sync direction: would this approach work? Would it surely copy everything? Or could it break something?
Or is there yet another, maybe better suited, solution to my use case?