Saturday, 18 September 2010

Dropbox

Dropbox is an app that you install on your phone, and download the Windows, Mac or Linux client to your computer, where you can then sync files between your phone and computer.

When you download and install the client on to your computer, you are asked to create an account. There's a free account, which gives you 2GB of storage, and paid accounts which offer more storage. The dropbox on Windows gets installed in to your "Documents" folder in your user file.

Install the app on your phone and login to your account where you can view your dropbox. Dropping files in to either the dropbox on your phone or computer will upload them, and can then be seen on either.

It's a great app for sharing files between your phone and computer. The app for Android can be found in the Market by searching for Dropbox and the website for the client is here.

24 comments:

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  3. Dropbox is so universal and awesome, best backup/file sharing app ive used. Will never lose an assignment again :)

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  5. been using dropbox on my android phone for a nice amount of time. it saves me from bringing my usb flash drive around with me!

    nice blog post!

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  6. looks cool but I've never really been into sychronisation thing, I prefer transfer manually ^^

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  7. Manual transfer can be easier for larger files as with Dropbox, they can take a long time to upload, but for small files, I find it easier than having to get my USB cable for my phone :P

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  8. This works like a charm, thanks fellow blogger :)

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  9. i'm pretty happy whit android :)

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  10. droid>anything because of the tab at the top. Now following. :)

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  11. Doesn't Firefox have something like this too except with Bookmarks?

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  12. David Davidson: Yes there is. Its called Firefox Sync.
    But thats not for sharing files - just bookmarks, open tabs and the history. (a nice plugin btw)

    Dropbox for Android still lacks a real sync function. Up- and download have to be done manually :|

    Thanks for the Blogpost

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