Bedrock syncs your Minecraft worlds between your Android devices

Minecraft may have come out over 10 years ago, but it’s still an incredibly popular game. Over the years, it’s gotten tons of (free!) updates, with new features, and even multiple versions of the game. But something that it’s arguably been missing is the ability to sync worlds across devices. Sure, you could set up a server, but what if you don’t have Internet? That’s where Bedrock comes in, at least for Android.
Bedrock is a simple app with a simple concept: It syncs your Minecraft worlds across devices. To do this, Bedrock makes use of your Google Drive account to upload your worlds to the cloud. Once you’re logged in, on any Android device, you can upload, download, and sync worlds with the touch of a button.
How to use Bedrock
Using Bedrock is pretty easy. Open the app and you’ll be asked to sign into your Google Drive account. Next, the app will request permission to read and write to where Minecraft worlds are stored. Once all the sign-in and permissions stuff are done, you’ll…

Written By: Zachary Wander

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