Unison Server for Android delivers Unison binaries compiled for Android, along with a graphical user interface for running those binaries in server mode.
Once the Unison server has been started on your Android device, you can connect with a Unison client on your desktop, laptop, or other device to synchronize pictures, videos, or any other file content. No SSH access is necessary - clients connect directly via socket.
Because Unison clients connect to your device over a direct socket connection instead of over SSH, the server should only be run when your Android device is connected to a trusted network, like a home WiFi. Running the server on other networks could expose files on your device to untrusted parties.
Unison is free and released under the GNU Public License. Unison for non-Android platforms, as well as full source code, can be downloaded at:
Root access is not required!
This app has access to :