by Brad Ward, 5 months ago
What are the first few apps that you should install on your new Android device? Well, we’ve put together a list of some really good must-have’s. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
by Nate Swanner, 11 months ago
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.
by Joshua Vergara, 12 months ago
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.
by Bogdan Petrovan, 1 year ago
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.
by Brendan Lynch, 1 year ago
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.
by Joe Hindy, 1 year ago
The Dropbox application for Android is one of the premier cloud storage applications out there. It is so good, that some OEMs include it with their devices when they ship. Now, Dropbox has received an update that’ll help you organize your media a little better. It does so by adding a picture tab, where all of your movies and pictures are easily accessible.
by Bams Sadewo, 1 year ago
By now, it’s no longer out of the ordinary for manufacturers to bundle their phones with free online storage as a way to lure customers. The Samsung Galaxy S3, for instance, comes with a free 50GB Dropbox cloud storage. So we’re not really surprised to see the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Camera getting the same treatment.