SanDisk Memory Zone Android app backs up your phone's SD card to the cloud
SanDisk has just released an interesting new app (in beta) that backs up the contents of your SD card to the cloud, and it's free.
SanDisk Memory Zone can download or upload your files from services like Dropbox and Picasa, and schedule backups regularly from your Android device. That way you can keep your data backed up regularly without thinking about it. In fact, with Google's recent release of the Google+ app, most of the most important data from your Android device is already safely stored online.
Your phone's settings are stored in your Google account. Your email, contacts, and calendar data is saved online. With the release of Google Music, all your music can now be stored in the cloud too. And, with the Google+ app, your photos are also backed up online. The only remaining data sources that aren't automatically saved are your text messages (solved by using SMS Backup+ or Google Voice for your text messages) and the contents on your SD card.
This new app by SanDisk is a simple, free way to keep the remaining data stored safely in the cloud, in case something happens to your device.
Download the SanDisk Memory Zone app from the Android Market.