Something that can connect all my devices?

I'm sure this exists for apple users. BUT I have a windows computer, a HP laptop a Samsung tablet and a Samsung phone. Now I wonder is there some 3rd party app or something that can use to sync things with?

Like for example lets say I have a word document I have on my laptop but I would like all my other devices to have access to it as well. I place the file on this program which then syncs with the other device and voila I'm done. Does this exist? And if so which program do you recommend?

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For say a Word document

That sounds like Office 365.

Then again we have Google Docs and it's on Android as well.

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Not only word docx. I also want other things

I have final draft folder, I have jpg pictures, I have clips and photoshop projects etc etc. The word docx was just an example. I need a way to connect with devices to share all of these things. What is google docs?

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Then we have.

Google Drive, Dropbox for other files.

As to your last question, I think it's time for a little research.

I use Dropbox and Google Drive for this because it lets me place these files where I can get at them WITHOUT working hard or setting up a file server or NAS.

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