When first launching the application, I was pleasantly surprised to see a finger friendly touch-screen layout that offered large buttons that are easy to press. This main menu gives users intuitive options to follow such as "Backup" or "Restore." It also offers the ability to create different backup sets using the "Manage" icon, while providing a data "View" section and a scheduler. I love that I can set a schedule for my backups, which I did for every 24 hours just to test out the application. If you choose to backup to your memory card, you just need to have it plugged in. To backup to their secure servers, you need to have a data connection. Here's a look at the main menu:
Choosing where you want to backup your files ("SD Card" or "Online") is also a simple process. Once the user chooses "Backup," they simply choose where they want to save their files:
I found that my Class 4 MicroSDHC card saved information very quickly and all data displayed on the card effectively. Users with slower cards should also have no problems as the information tends to be lightweight on devices and therefore any card speed should work quickly.
Finally, choosing which types of files would be backed up was also a simple process. The program offers a checkbox for each type of file such as "Applications," "Contacts," "Ringtones," "Music," "Videos," and many others. Users simply touch each checkbox to check or uncheck specific file types to back up and the program does the rest. I loved the fact that the application backs up anything from contacts to SMS and MMS messages and everything in between.