Dropbox has just rolled out an update to its Android app that makes it easier to use its cloud storage service not just to store files but also to share them with others. It is also making it a lot more convenient for users to upgrade to a Pro account by simply using their device's camera.
updated their Android app to make their easy-to-use sharing service a two-way street, pushing images, links and other files not only from a desktop computer via a Google Chrome extension but from an Android device to any other registered device as well. True to its promise, the developers have now pushed a new major feature that will make it so much easier to do the same thing with the people in your addressbook as the recipients.
has been purchased by Dropbox. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Sold has stopped accepting new items, and will let those existing items sell before making any sweeping changes. Just what those are is unclear at the moment.
Chromecast with support for a few services. Those include Netflix and YouTube as well as Google Play movies, television and music. Since then we have seen a few others come forward promising support. Those others have included Hulu, HBO, Vimeo and Redbox Instant, but it looks like some still not-yet-available options are going to open the Chromecast streaming options a bit further.
Dropbox, Box.net, Google Drive and more fighting for the top spot. Today Google's pulled a big move to beat the competition and have just tripled what they'll be giving away for free. Previously, just like Dropbox and others, Google Drive users received 5GB of free cloud storage. Starting today that will triple to 15GB.
Dropbox all those Android and iOS app developers workload just got a bit lighter. Today the Dropbox developer team has announced their new Sync API that will allow apps to seamlessly and effortlessly integrate sync right into their apps. More details can be found below on the new API.
Dropbox for Android was updated to version 2.3 earlier in the month. That update was a nice one for those who take lots of pictures. The v2.3 update included improvements in terms of photo albums and sharing. And while we tend to focus on the Android side of things here, we realize that Dropbox users likely switch between both the app and the web interface.
Dropbox for Android has improved with each beta and update and has been one of our favorite cloud storage options since as long as we can remember. This weekend the developers pushed a nice quick update to their popular Android app adding even more functions, features, and UI polish. Check it and the details out below.