Thank you for your post.
FileMaker Go does not sync. When you open a FileMaker file from a cloud drive, it actually copies the file to the FileMaker Go workspace. When finished, you can then copy the file back to the cloud drive by returning to the home screen, tapping the paper icon with a checkmark in the upper right area, selecting the file you want to copy, and then tapping the box with arrow icon in the upper left area and selecting the cloud drive.
Let me know if you need additional clarification.
Dropbox and those type services don't sync your data, it copies your file. There are really no way for this type service to sync your data, there are too many different file types.
FMGo does not have built in syncing.
You can do a manual sync using Dropbox service, where you send your file from your computer to dropbox then sent your file to FMGO. You would then send the file back to dropbox. I would recommend using a different folder from the original unless your rename the database. Then you would import your records into the original database then you would sent this file back to dropbox and into FMGo. http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/7720/~/database-synchronization---an-overview-of-approaches
You can use iTunes to transfer files http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/7754/~/transferring-files-with-filemaker-go
There are third party software such as GOZync from seedcode , Mirror Sync from 360works and then there is http://timdietrich.me/fmeasysync/
Thanks for all the info.
Stacy, if I understand everything, it seems like with easysync you have to install fmserver too, am I correct?
Yes, fmeasysync requires FMS.