When it comes to cloud storage services, Dropbox is probably one such service that comes to mind. The company has been operating pretty much the same way over the years, retaining that familiar blue and white design that many are familiar with. However it seems that Dropbox has decided that maybe times are changing.
It’s never an ideal scenario when you’re locked out of an online account. It can prove to be a major frustration when you absolutely need to gain access to that account in order to finish your work on time. Since many find it difficult to keep track of emergency backup codes or can’t sometimes reliably receive text messages, Dropbox has developed a new solution to ensure that users can swiftly […]
You would think that with all the new technology we have these days that we should be safer than ever from attacks. Sure, current security methods do a pretty good job at protecting us against more common forms of attacks, but it doesn’t mean that we should be lax when it comes to security.
As expected, Apple confirmed yesterday that iOS 11 is going to come with a new Files app. While many thought that it would be an app that finally allows users direct access to system and app files, the app is meant for something else as well. It’s going to bring together files stored in the cloud across different cloud storage services. Dropbox has confirmed that it will support the iOS […]
The problem with developing for different platforms is that developers typically choose to focus on one first before moving onto the next one. This usually results in an app getting new features for one platform first before the feature arrives for the other platform. Such is the case with Dropbox’s scanning feature which has finally arrived onto Android.
The great thing about cloud storage is that no matter what device you’re on, you’ll be able to access the same files. This is versus more conventional storage mediums like external hard drives or flash drives where you’ll have to bring it around with you wherever you go, and the good news for Dropbox users is that the service has recently gotten a new web interface.
Dropbox is one of the most widely used cloud storage services out there and if you’ve ever wished for a way to access files in your Dropbox via the Xbox One, there’s good news for you. The official Dropbox for Xbox One app has now been released. It enables users to access all of the files from the cloud right on the biggest screen of their house as long as […]
It has always been possible to save individual files from Dropbox for offline viewing but the cloud storage service is taking it a step further. As part of its constant efforts to enhance productivity for its users, Dropbox offline folders have been introduced today. Dropbox mobile offline features will enable users to keep working no matter where they are, whether or not they have an internet connection.
Dropbox today announced five new features which significantly boost the productivity that users can get out of its iOS app. The company says that these five new mobile productivity features will make it easier for users to work on an iPhone or iPad faster. The updated Dropbox app is rolling out today, it’s compatible with devices running iOS 10 so if you have a device that can’t run the new […]
Dropbox introduced Paper as its idea of a collaborative workplace about a year ago, think of it as the company’s own Google Docs rival. Paper has been in closed beta since it was announced and now the cloud storage service is finally opening it up in public beta for all users on iOS and Android. The Paper app is now available for the App Store and the Google Play Store.
When it comes to document scanning apps, there are a dozen options out there. Of course you could always just take a photo, but what document scanning apps do is that they tend to clean up the scanned image to make it look less like a photo and more like a properly scanned document. The good news is that Dropbox has finally gained the feature.
Dropbox has finally added the placeholders feature, one that was often requested by users, particularly those who had shifted from other cloud storage services like OneDrive which offered this feature. The feature comes as part of Dropbox’s Project Infinite which is aimed at reimagining how people find, access, and collaborate with large amounts of data stored in the cloud.
Sharing Dropbox files from your phone isn’t that hard. You can launch the app, create shareable links and paste them in whichever chat you are in or in email. Granted this isn’t as efficient compared to being able to share the files directly, but the good news is that if you use Facebook Messenger often, things have changed.
To be able to store stuff on the cloud, now that is certainly an advantage that many different users do not mind having, and then some. After all, this means your data can be stashed away perpetually forever, barring a worldwide catastrophe that brings to halt every single server as well as Internet line everywhere. Having said that, different platforms have their own versions of cloud storage, and we are […]
There are plenty of cloud storage services to choose from. If you use Apple products, you have native cloud storage services like iCloud, Google Drive for Android, and OneDrive for Microsoft’s Windows platforms. However sometimes native solutions might not necessarily be the best solution, which is why other services like Dropbox exists.
Looking for a way to store files in the cloud and share it with your friends, family, or colleagues? There are plenty of options available, and Dropbox is one of them. Now if you wished that Dropbox was a bit more collaborative, a report from The Information has suggested that the company could be considering creating a chat workspace.
It looks like the folks over at Microsoft are about to make their Office online and mobile services all the more versatile, with the introduction of Dropbox and Box integration. This is certainly a step in the right direction to say the least, especially when you consider just how indispensable some of us find the likes of Dropbox and Box to be. Outlook users who are rocking on iOS and […]
Dropbox today announced that it’s further expanding its partnership with Microsoft to bring more productivity and cloud storage services to Windows 10 across PC and tablets. It has developed a new app just for Windows 10 devices that provides users with access to their files stored in Dropbox as well as a couple of new features that users on Microsoft’s latest operating system are likely to appreciate.
Over the past couple of years Dropbox has made several online services to move beyond its core business of being a cloud storage company. For example it came out with Mailbox to dabble into email and even launched a photo gallery app called Carousel. Both of them were meant to extend the company’s influence from cloud storage service to niches where there’s already quite a bit of competition. The plan […]
Last month Dropbox and Adobe announced a partnership that would basically allow users to edit PDFs in the cloud. The ability to edit in the cloud was unfortunately only available for the desktop but the good news is that if you are a mobile user, it looks like mobile editing on the go has finally arrived.Dropbox has recently announced that users with iOS devices can now edit PDFs on the […]