Box has announced Notes, which is a lot like Google Docs. Users can create and collaborate in real time, making notes and adding pictures to documents as well. While the interface is sparse, and the app is still in beta, the functionality is much like a simplified version of Google’s document creator.
When it comes to sending your files to the cloud, are you more of a Dropbox person? Even if you say yes, you wouldn’t want to miss the fantastic promotion that its competitor, Box, is currently offering.
Let me begin by saying welcome to the family. You have your first Android device! I don’t know what you had before this, but since this is your first Android, we’ll cover a few things to get you started. It may seem a little daunting, this awesome new operating system, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll never want another.
Sony and Box have renewed their partnership for another year to provide 50GB of free cloud storage to its new and existing users. This may be a move by Sony to attract more people and increase its sales of Xperia devices.
About a year ago, Box.com announced that it’s offering free 50GB Box Personal accounts to all LG Android devices in the U.S., both tablets and smartphones, running Android 2.1 or higher.
It would seem that Dropbox is the heavy hitter when it comes to cloud storage services, but with its newly updated Android app, competitor Box might soon be closing the gap.
The cloud storage competition on mobile devices is heating up, as Box goes on the offense against other established players in the market. The cloud storage company has struck a deal with Qualcomm, one of biggest SoC makers in the Android ecosystem, as well as with Microsoft for its Windows Phone devices. We figure you’ll be more interested in the former, so here are the deets. The Qualcomm partnership means that select devices powered by Snapdragon processors will come preloaded with the Box Android app. The main perk for users is that they will get 50GB of free Box storage….
After launching the iOS OneCloud cloud-based functionality that offers file sharing with certain third-party apps, Box has gone ahead and updated its Android app to include OneCloud support. OneCloud lets users access their documents saved in the cloud right on their Android smartphones and tablets using other apps. The Box application lets users view images, documents and other files right inside the app, but what’s interesting is that the app works with more than 50 other apps that can offer users more advanced editing features for those files you want to access on the go. Naturally, these apps have to…