Dropbox for Android gets updated to version 2.3. The latest version allows users to share and delete multiple photos at once, create albums from photos, and more.
The Dropbox app has seemingly become a permanent fixture on Samsung’s phones and tablets. Starting from March 2013, the cloud service is going to be integrated into more Samsung devices.
Acer announced at CES 2013 plans to bring the AcerCloud Docs, clear.fi and PicSteam cloud services to mobile devices. The cloud service comes with plenty of features, including its own AcerCloud Docs software, and media steaming services.
Bitcasa is a cloud storage service start up that aims to provide unlimited cloud storage to its users. Now, the service has gone mobile by releasing native apps for popular platforms.
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.
The basically ubiquitous Dropbox brings a new update to their cloud-based storage service, bringing the version history up to 2.2.2. If you use Dropbox almost primarily on you mobile devices, there is a new feature that has been introduced – the ability to move files and folders around your storage.
Facebook is jumping on the cloud storage bandwagon with Photo Sync, a feature that does precisely what the name says – it uploads the pictures you take on your Android or iPhone device to Facebook servers and puts them into a private album marked Synced from Phone.
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.
A new announcement from Dropbox today has confirmed that the company has just reached a user base of 100 million users. This milestone was undoubtedly achieved by all of the initiatives the company has taken over the past year. Since the introduction of Google Drive, Dropbox has stepped up its game in order to keep mobile users on their services.
The popular file syncing and sharing service SugarSync has gotten quite the update. Now on 2.0, though still in beta, the latest version boasts new design and many new features. You’ll see the changes on the desktop, Web and Android versions.