Dropbox usage and referralSupport


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  1. Graz

    Graz Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I haven't seen a thread on this forum directly about Dropbox. If you aren't using it you should be, it's a great tool to share files across all platforms (pc, phones, etc). You get 2 gigs of storage space free, if you use the referral below you will get a 250mb upgrade for signing up.

    If others want to put their referral links feel free!

    http://db.tt/aOvoVnEr
     

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  2. gbiggie

    gbiggie La patience et le pardon VIP Member

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  3. SecretAgentMan

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    Dropbox is ok, but I prefer Sugarsync. Dropbox forces you to use their folder for file syncing. Sugarsync allows you to sync your existing folders.

    Sugarsync gives you 5 GB free - signup HERE.
     
  4. MedfordMan

    MedfordMan Well-Known Member

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    I'll toss mine in the mix. Could use the extra 250 mb if you use my link. Of course you will get an extra 250 mb as well!

    http://db.tt/HLBOzoT
     
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    redbaron1324 New Member

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    The bonus in now 500 mb.
    Please follow the link in the next post to get 500 additional space for both of us.
     
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    redbaron1324 New Member

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    The bonus in now 500 mb.
    Please follow the link below to get 500 additional space for both of us.
    http://db.tt/l4kFNXqr
     
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    redsox985 Well-Known Member

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    After comparing the two, I still prefer Sugarsync. It gives you more flexibility, and I think your data is more secure.
     
  9. doogald

    doogald Guides Guide

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    I have tried both, and I think both are fine. I am not sure why you think that SugarSync is more secure - their user policies are similar to DropBox's. If you want security, then SpiderOak is probably the best choice (though I understand that the Android app is not all that good.)

    I have decided on Dropbox (I pay for 50 GB of storage), but mostly because the Mac app uses less system resources than the SugarSync app (the last that I checked), and because there are far more third-party apps that support using Dropbox for syncing than support SugarSync. That said, it's a minor tipping point for me - both apps are very good.
     

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