Posts Tagged ‘Dropbox’

Microsoft wants you to ditch your Dropbox account for its very own OneDrive, and the software giant plans to achieve that by giving 100GB of free storage to users of the said service. Head on after the jump to check out how you can get that additional space in no time at all.

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Dropbox for iOS today received a major update that added a feature we have all been crying out for ever since the app first found its way onto the App Store: the ability to save any file directly to Dropbox without having to open the app.

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The official Dropbox app for Windows Phone 8.1 is now available to download. More details and download link can be found after the break.

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Microsoft and Dropbox may be considered adversaries, no less because the software giant’s OneDrive service is a direct competitor to the famed cloud company’s very own, but on rare occasions, rivals can work alongside each other for the benefit of the end-user experience. One such instance appears to have arisen just recently, with Microsoft and Dropbox today announcing a move to better integrate the former’s Office productivity suite with the cloud-based services of the latter.

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Over a month after the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus went on sale we’re still waiting for some pretty big apps to receive updates that enable them to take advantage of the new, larger screens Apple’s new hardware offers. Those that haven’t yet received updates continue to work for the most part, but they don’t look their best and certainly don’t show extra content as you would expect from new, larger devices.

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In what may be the thin edge of the wedge, a Reddit thread has popped up in which it is claimed readers will find hundreds of Dropbox credentials, leaving a huge number of the online storage firm’s users potentially wide open to having their accounts compromised.

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Dropbox is now at the center of so many of our digital worlds that it’s almost indispensible to many of us. Offering an easy way to sync files across multiple platforms is something that Dropbox has excelled in over the last couple of years, but its mobile apps haven’t quite done the business as yet.

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After playing the waiting game and sitting in review with Microsoft for just over a month, the official Dropbox app for devices powered by Windows 8 and Windows RT is now available as a free of charge download from the Windows Store. The app has probably taken a little longer to go through the verification process than Dropbox would have liked, but the most important aspect is that owners of Windows 8/RT machines and devices now have official access to their Dropbox accounts through the natively produced app.

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Syncing data is big business these days, and the major player in the space is Dropbox. With mobile apps across all major platforms and syncing that the likes of Apple could only dream about, Dropbox today gave iOS users an early Christmas present by updating the company’s iOS app.

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If you ask a random individual to mention a cloud storage provider then I imagine an everyday person would only be able to pluck a handful of names out of their minds, with Dropbox probably being the most popular. Regardless of whether you love or hate the Dropbox service, it is by far one of the easiest to get up and running with and integrates extremely well with desktop and mobile operating systems.

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Users’ data and how it’s compromised to malicious sources is improving at a very fast pace today, but the way we set our passwords and log in to services is still very much stuck in the past. The general assumption is still the same: that the complexity of a password (multiple unique symbols, numbers, upper and lower case letters) is proportional to its security. Password guessing algorithms now take these patterns (using ‘@’ instead of ‘a’, randomly capitalizing letters etc.) into consideration and this means we need to change the way we set our passwords, perhaps even add an extra layer of authentication when signing into online services.

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The guys over at the Dropbox development team have been working hard on pushing out version 1.5 of their iOS app, which now has been given the green light by the Apple review team and released into the App Store for download. If you head on over to the Updates section of the store, the latest version should be showing up for immediate download. Although Apple and Dropbox have had their differences in recent times, this latest release has obviously done nothing to rub Cupertino up the wrong way.

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