Tag Archives: Dropbox

New Dropbox for iOS App

This looks interesting . . . Working from your phone or tablet can make a big difference in your productivity, but sometimes it’s still hard to match the efficiency of working at your desk. We want to change that. So today, we’re releasing a new Dropbox iOS app—and it has five new mobile productivity features […]

Dropbox Comments

The new comments feature in Dropbox is a delight to use. Right now it’s only accessible from Dropbox on the web and on iOS devices, but you’ll quickly discover how useful it can be when you are collaborating with others. Comments are “attached” to the file that is the topic of the discussion – in […]

Is Your Dropbox Up-to-date?

Now that I have so much more room on Dropbox, I decided I was going to set up all my Scrivener projects to sync with my iPad so I can work on them whenever and wherever. There was just one problem . . . nothing was synching. I did a little poking around and discovered that […]

Dropbox Pro: Same Price – 10 Times More Storage

Dropbox announced yesterday that its Pro account ($9.99/mo, $99/year) has now been increased to 1TB of storage (that’s 1,000 GB) along with improved sharing controls and the ability to remotely delete your Dropbox files from your mobile device should it be lost or stolen. Combine this with the 1TB of photo storage you get with […]

Dropbox for iOS gets an impressive update

Can’t wait to check this out . . . Dropbox continued to develop its impressive presence on iOS after the iPhone and iPad app got an update that brings swipe-based actions and the ability to share multiple images. The addition of swipe-based controls makes it even easier to share, favorite, move or delete files from […]

Dropbox Collaboration Tutorial

Here’s a great video tutorial from lynda.com showing how you can use Dropbox to collaborate using shared folders. The document example shown here is using Word’s review and annotation tools as the two collaborators work on that document.

Things you can do with Dropbox

How to you share data across systems and devices? One of the easiest ways is to use Dropbox. Here are some examples of the things you can do with Dropbox.

Learning to fly

A technology called WebDAV lets us access data stored online from just about any computer or device. What is WebDAV and how does it work?

Don’t lose that thought!

I’ve reached that stage in life where if I don’t write it down, it never happened. That’s one of many reasons I’ve been a PDA (personal digital assistant) fan since I first discovered the Palm Pilot. From the Palm to the iPod Touch and now my iPad, I have something I can take with me […]