Is there an easier way to do this yet? Could this not be linked with a sign in account?
Not that I am aware of.
To "sync" from one machine to another using the same program (software) like e-Sword requires a "network" of one kind or another. Irrespective of what type of network it is, the central machine that is required to have the data on it, is the "Server." Whether its a LAN (Local Area Network) or a WAN (Wide Area Network) is irrelevant. Not only that, what type of device, whether its portable (Laptop, Smartphone, or Tablet) or fixed (Desktop PC) has to be connected to the to whatever server is used. Syncing (synchronising) data between devices is done through a server because the data has to be stored somewhere central. That has always been the case, and its something that one cannot escape.
Networking is not my strong suite, and I'm only going on extremely basic stuff. I'm a programmer (retired), and that is where I am at. That said, I use the Cloud to sync my devices, and is extremely the most convenient method there is because by that cloud service I can share and sync files between both Android and Windows devices, and I don't have to worry about compatibility issues. The devices I have and use:
- Windows Desktop PC and Laptop
- Samsung Android Galaxy Phone and Tablet.
All devices are connected to that one cloud server, and files are then "automatically" shared across all devices without having to set them up individually to be able to "talk" to each other. And to be honest, you can't get it to be any simpler than that.
Edited by APsit190, 23 December 2018 - 01:13 PM.