- News tagged "dropbox"
Tuesday, 20 Aug 2013
Want to get an extra 1GB of storage for your Dropbox account? Just link your account up with the free iOS Mailbox app.
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2013
Dropbox is beefing up on its design team by hiring Instagram's lead designer, Tim Van Damme. Hit the link for more details.
Wednesday, 10 Jul 2013
Dropbox has just announced new APIs at its first developer conference to help apps sync data across multiple devices. The Datastore API helps developers store and sync app data across multiple devices. The new Chooser and Saver drop-ins allow apps to access and save files to a Dropbox folder.
Yahoo has just announced built in Dropbox integration on its Yahoo Mail Android app. The integration allows Yahoo Mail users to easily send and receive large attachments like documents, photos and video using Dropbox.
Wednesday, 3 Apr 2013
In order to keep pace with Hotmail from Microsoft and Gmail from Google, both of which provide access to SkyDrive and Google Drive respectively, Yahoo has struck a deal which will offering Dropbox integration for their Yahoo Mail service.
Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013
With the new Dropbox 2.0 version that has been made available to users, a number of new UI features are available for the desktop application version. One of the most significant changes is the addition of drop-down menus allowing you to accept or reject sharing requests from the app itself.
Thursday, 31 Jan 2013
Dropbox recently gave a preview on what to expect from its service in 2013. The new features shown, will place emphasis on how a user's content will be displayed instead. This signals Dropbox's desire of being more than just a storage locker in the cloud.
Thursday, 6 Dec 2012
The Android app for Dropbox gets updated to version 2.2.2, which includes the ability to manage your files in addition to the usual bug fixes and performance boost.
Monday, 3 Sep 2012
Evidence of the alleged Samsung's cloud storage service, S Cloud appears in a hands-on video of the Galaxy Note II.
Friday, 31 Aug 2012
Following in the tradition of the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung and Dropbox have both confirmed that the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy camera will comes with 50GB of free storage for two years.