Many users use more than one computer on a regular bases. For me, using git means that I can work on the same projects, no matter whether its on my home pc, work pc or laptop. Git allows me to keep the data in sync.
However for music/photos/videos this doesn’t work, so I wrote a tool for big file synchronization. This new release is almost a complete rewrite: the old code would still use git to store the history/meta data, whereas bfsync-0.2.0 uses an SQLite database for that job. This means that were before merge conflicts would probably be unintuitive to resolve, bfsync-0.2.0 will ask the user in a better way.
I also added a FuSE filesystem, which means that you no longer need special commands to add, move or remove data. You can use a file manager / rsync / a shell to edit the repository, and bfsync will automatically know what changed on commit. So: if you have big files that you want to have on each computer you work with: try bfsync.