Soledad consists of a client library and server daemon that allows applications to securely share a common state among devices. The local application is presented with a simple, document-centric searchable database API. Any data saved to the database by the application is client-encrypted, backed up in the cloud, and synchronized among a user’s devices. Soledad is cross-platform, open source, scalable, and features a highly efficient synchronization algorithm.

Key aspects of Soledad include:

Soledad is an acronym of “Synchronization of Locally Encrypted Documents Among Devices” and means “solitude” in Spanish.

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