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Samsung Galaxy S3 owners to get free 50GB of Dropbox storage

by: Bams SadewoMay 4, 2012

Say what you want about the Samsung Galaxy S3. Perhaps you’re disappointed about not seeing a 12MP camera sensor on the phone or how the design of the Galaxy S3 isn’t the one you envisioned in your dreams. But if there’s one thing that we can all probably agree on is that owners of Galaxy S3 probably will not be encountering any lack of storage problem.

In case you don’t know it yet, Samsung Galaxy S3 comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models. On top of that, the phone also has a microSD card slot, which allows you to add 64GB more into the storage equation. If the combined 128GB storage of the Galaxy S3 still isn’t enough, you’ll be pleased to know that Samsung has [...]

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As Cloud Storage Is Heating Up, Box and Dropbox Give Android Users a Treat

by: Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 24, 2012

Competition in the cloud storage arena is reaching a boiling point, with all major players announcing new features, more storage, and grand plans for the future.

Quick recap: Apple will bake iCloud directly into OS X Mountain Lion, Google Drive is finally coming out of vaporware, and Microsoft will make SkyDrive ubiquitous, by integrating in with the upcoming Windows 8. Now, cloud storage specialists Box and Dropbox take the stage, announcing (nearly at the same time) updates for their Android apps.

Box for Android gets facelift, users lured with 50GB of free storage

Cloud storage service Box (previously known as Box.net) has just released an updated Android app, [...]

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Download Dropbox v2.0.9 with Auto Uploads, and get up to 5GB of Extra Storage for free!

by: AlexanderFebruary 3, 2012

For those of you that don’t like Box, and would rather use Dropbox for all your cloud storage you may want to download the latest beta of Dropbox for Android. Dropbox just dropped a brand new experimental beta v2.0.9 that includes a cool new feature of automatic camera uploads. Similar to what Google+ gives you in their Android app.

Here’s what you’ll find:

The app can now automatically upload photos and videos in the background using Wi-Fi or your data plan. No more size limit. So upload to your hearts content. If there are network issues, the upload will resume when those issues are resolved. Some performance improvements and bug fixes. You’ll [...]
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Top Android Apps for the Enterprise

by: Edmund ApostolDecember 13, 2011
With more business-oriented apps gradually being developed, Android can become a strong competitor in the enterprise market.
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Select HTC Handsets Get Total of 5 GB Free Dropbox Storage

by: JoseNovember 16, 2011

HTC recently announced its partnership with the cloud storage company Dropbox. With this partnership all new Android HTC smartphones will come preinstalled with the Dropbox app. And, not just that, owners will also get an additional 3 GB free for a whole year.

This deal will pretty much bump up your Dropbox storage space to 5 GB if you already have the free 2 GB upon signing up as a free user.  One of Phandroid‘s readers has confirmed the add-on 3 GB on top of his existing free 2 GB of storage on Dropbox after installing the Dropbox app on his HTC Rezound.

Now, existing HTC user may now be asking if they can avail of this deal with their existing Android devices. [...]

 
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HTC Partners with Dropbox, Adds 5 GB Cloud Storage for New Users

by: Ken EastOctober 25, 2011

HTC users are now going to enjoy more data storage capacity, thanks to a recent tie-up between HTC and Dropbox. Today, via Facebook, HTC shared the good news to its users that Dropbox will come pre-installed on all its upcoming Android phones, giving all its users 5 GB of free cloud storage on Dropbox (more than the standard of 2 GB of storage).

Although, HTC did not clarify whether existing users will also enjoy this cloud-enabled file sharing application.

It appears that HTC’s strategy is to make its phones more appealing by giving those who will buy HTC phones free cloud storage rather than just focusing on adding more features to their phones. This appears to be [...]

 
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HTC to Give 5 GB of Dropbox Storage to New HTC Sense 3.5 Users

by: LucianSeptember 23, 2011

I’ve noticed HTC has been focusing a lot on the cloud aspect lately, first with the HTCSense.com website, where they allow you to automatically backup text messages, call history, contacts, data and customizations.

Then they invested heavily in the OnLive gaming service, which “streams” games to your HTC tablet. And no, they’ve expanded on that strategy further with the addition of 5GB of free Dropbox storage (Dropbox already gave 2 GB for free) on new HTC Sense 3.5 phones.

Dropbox is the most popular service for syncing files between pretty much any platform, since they have apps for all. If you have important files and you want access [...]

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The DS File: A Cloudless Dropbox

by: glennMay 16, 2011

In a nutshell, it is simply Dropbox reinvented to suit the growing needs of the Synology NAS (Network Attached Storage) community. You can now seamlessly (and remotely) manage and access all of your DS Audio, DS Photo+ and DS Cam app files even when you’re on the go, thanks to the newly released DS File especially designed for the savvy Android phone user.

The DS File enables Synology NAS users to remotely access DiskStation files as well as download files directly to their Android phones (given that the DiskStation Manager version is 3.0 or above). It likewise allows users to directly transfer files stored in Android phones via an HTTPS connection.

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Dropbox application in Android Market

by: James TromansMay 5, 2010

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Dropbox have already announced their Android application a few weeks back, but now it is officially available in the Android Market. For those that are not familiar with Dropbox, it is a very popular file-storage solution for both the Mac and Windows.

Dropbox is a Web 2.0 based file hosting service operated by Dropbox, Inc. which uses cloud computing to enable users to store and share files and folders with others across the Internet using file synchronization. It was founded in 2007 by MIT graduates Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi…

The move into the Android Market is one which shows great promise for what is to come. As [...]

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Dropbox application for Android

by: James TromansMarch 23, 2010

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Due to popular demand, file sharing company Dropbox have announced a Dropbox application for Android. According to popular computer magazine, PC World describe Dropbox as “the simplest, most elegant file-synchronization tool I’ve ever used.” The general concept comes from the ‘drop box’ on Apple based computers.

Dropbox was founded by Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi in 2007, and received seed funding from Y Combinator. Today, Dropbox is well-funded by Sequoia Capital, Accel Partners, and Amidzad. Since launching publicly in September of 2008, we’ve attracted millions of users and are growing rapidly. [...]

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