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Self hosted Android syncing service

You can use Nextcloud. I'm currently using its predecessor Owncloud for quite some time for syncing my Android with my PC. Nextcloud was forked from Owncloud about half a year ago and it seems like it ...
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Program capable of syncing large number of small files

Well, you don't specify the gratis tag, so ... I tried all the free synch programs. I even recommended some of them on this site (the best being http://www.freefilesync.org/). But, in the end, I ...
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How can I set up a 2-way sync using rclone to transfer the files?

The author of rclone answered a question about this kind of thing here. Here's his answer copied below. rclone doesn’t have a bisync solution at the moment. There are some ideas on ...
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NoSQL database for Windows with Offline sync capability

Couchbase Mobile (i.e. Couchbase Lite + Sync Gateway) might fit the bill.
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How to sync bookmarks across various browsers on various computers/mobile devices?

As far as I understand, https://pinboard.in might be an answer to your needs. Quoting from the main page (emphasis mine, with relation to your requested features): Pinboard is a fast, no-nonsense ...
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Dropbox-similar software that runs on Windows XP

From softonic.com Cloud storage is all the rage, but some offerings have complicated web access and force you to download / upload manually in order to save your files. Enter MegaSync. Mega has ...
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PDF annotations across multiple systems

It sounds like you are looking for Mendeley - it is an online service with apps for desktop & mobile that provides: Web App Desktop Apps for Windows 7+, MacOS & Linux iOS & Android Apps ...
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Offline, cross-platform calendar client

I would suggest you take a look at Rainlander, I checked your list: macOS and Linux? Yes. Week view? Yes. Always-visible notifications? Yes. Works offline? Yes. Syncs with Google Calendar? Yes. Free? ...
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Is there any cloud service has end to end encryption plus binary diff sync?

To get end-to-end encryption it is inevitable to install a piece of software on your client. Such tools exist and often work with more than one cloud. I would recommend to have a look at Boxcryptor, ...
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Synchronized web browsing

Have you checked out Rabb.it? It's a browser based app that lets you create a "Room" where other people can join and all view and interact with a virtualized Firefox browser. The browser is able to ...
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Replacement for XMarks?

Since I'm not seeing any other answers, I'll answer my own question in case anyone else is looking for the same thing I was. A colleague recommended Everhelper's Eversync to me. It seems to behave ...
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Continuity-equivalent for Android

You can use Airdroid for texting, accessing clipboard, installing apps and of course notification. It also offers many other features for managing your phone wirelessly. For using it, both your phone ...
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How can I set up a 2-way sync using rclone to transfer the files?

You could do: rclone mount YourRemote: /mnt/remote1 and then use: rsync [flags] /mnt/remote1 /your/local/directory rsync [flags] /your/local/directory /mnt/remote1 or something like unison. With ...
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A simple notes application shared between a laptop and a smartphone

I invite you to have a look at my application SilentNotes; It is a FOSS application which I have developed with a strong focus on privacy. The notes can be synchronized end-to-end encrypted between ...
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A simple notes application shared between a laptop and a smartphone

Joplin seems to me to satisfy all of these (besides the direct synchronization issue, because it requires a medium such as Dropbox to synchronize data with). I am just a happy user of this.
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Android App to automatically MOVE files from folders on one device to a folder on another device when connected to Wifi?

FolderSync can do this (I'm using its paid version for years). It lets you define "folder pairs" consisting of a local directory matched to a remote directory, and have them sync'd e.g. ...
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Android (and Windows) to-do list with syncing?

I recommend MyLifeOrganized. It has all the features you mentioned, with the possible exception of the ability to sync lists with other users.
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Encrypted To-Do app?

Keepass. https://keepass.info/download.html Encrypted with AES (customizable) 2.42.1 source See download page (available on Android, iPhone/iPad) See download page (available as web app, and on ...
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Lightweight self-hosted synchronization tool

I tried Pydio, which was a nightmare to set up right, and its compatibility with MariaDB only was a serious downside, so I put that solution aside. As @Izzy mentioned, SyncThing is a good fit, even ...
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The most efficient way to backup changes for directory with lots of small files

You may try to use the new version of Syncback pro (V9) https://www.2brightsparks.com/syncback/sbpro.html which has it seems a new "Delta-Copy" feature : "Probably the most requested feature has now ...
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Is there any database which can be accessed offline without internet connection?

I don’t know about IoS, but Android (and browsers) is very friendly to Sqlite . Just checked, IoS too. While I generally use MySQl (or MariaDB), as suggested by @cybernard on the server, you are ...
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Dropbox-similar software that runs on Windows XP

You could try out Owncloud or Nextcloud (an Owncloud fork) on your server-side. They are both open source and have free editions as well, well documented, supported, used by many big companies (e.g. ...
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Modern alternative to Tranglos KeyNote

May I suggest you take a look at RightNote (http://www.bauerapps.com/rightnote). It was very much inspired by the original KeyNote and by the ideas that were planned for it's v2, so it has all of ...
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Android TODO app that syncs with others

Google Keep might be also suitable, you can add others as contributors with Google account to several notes (they can be simple notes, check lists, etc). It synchronises as simple as Gmail or any ...
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Android TODO app that syncs with others

I ended up using TickTick. It is a simple TODO app which can sync between members of a list. It is also free for a 2-user setup. You need to go premium if you need more than 2 users on a single list....
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Notes app that syncs between Android and Windows

You could give a try gtasks pro (windows version) and its android counterpart, gtasks. It basically keeps tasks and syncs much like the applications you mentioned in question.
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Share sticky notes on multiple computers

Not sure what you mean Windows sticky notes or specific what... But have you look at Microsoft One Notes ? https://www.onenote.com/
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Version control system with fast synchronization for multimedia

You may want to look into git-annex to store files, with git-annex assistant to sync between computers. git-annex is based on Git but builds on top of it to deal with large files, as Git originally ...
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Software that can synchronize links as "bookmarks"?

Found this one recently, it is working delightfully for me between Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Vivaldi, and Firefox, Linux and Windows: https://xbrowsersync.org Sorry, should have put this in ...
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Software that can synchronize links as "bookmarks"?

Google Chrome offers a very good method to synchronize bookmarks (btw also extensions): When you sign in to Chrome on all your devices, they'll all show the same info: Bookmarks History and open ...
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