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Dropbox now allows exporting of files to SD card

If you use more than one Android device, there are times when you wish that cloud services give you the option to export important files not just to your smartphone or tablet's internal storage, but to an SD card. Well, Dropbox has probably heard of that need and is now allowing you to do so with their newest update.

SanDisk 32GB MicroSD Class 4 for Mobile only $29 [Deal of the day]

In what I'm going to consider one of the better deals of the day 1SaleADay is offering the SanDisk 32GB Micro-SD card class 4 for the extremely low low price of just $29. These are brand new units right from SanDisk and have the same 1-year warranty, no refurbished junk here. I don't know about you guys, and even with everything going to the cloud these days on mobile this is just too good of a deal to pass up.

Amazon Free App of the Day: App 2 SD Pro

Today Amazon has another awesome app running for the excellent price of free. Today the Amazon "free app of the day" is App 2 SD Pro. If you have a slightly older Android device say around the Nexus One era this is the perfect application for you. When you install too many awesome games, or all three Angry Birds are taking up all that internal storage you can use this to move apps to the SD card rather than internal 512mb or whatever your specific device has.

PSA: Remote SD Card Access Offered by File Expert App

It's time to get your access on! The folks at Geek Software Technology Inc have brought forth an awesome bit of functionality that we thought you aught to be familiar with! This isn't the newest innovation on the marketplace, of course, but it's certainly something everyone should have a knowledge of! Below you'll find instructions on how you can have your mobile phone in one hand, not connected to anything except a Wi-Fi network, and another device in your other hand accessing the microSD card of the first just by being connected to the same Wi-Fi network! Neato!

Tyfone putting NFC in MicroSD Cards

Wow, this sounds like a great idea, Tyfone has developed a system and are now putting NFC chips, controllers, and antenna's into Micro SD and SD cards. This makes it possible for mobile phones and other PDA like devices to easily add NFC capabilities to their device just by simply changing the SD card they are using. Sounds like a great plan, don't have a Nexus S, just get a Tyfone MicroSD Card.
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