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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Bob Dobalina, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. Bob Dobalina

    Bob Dobalina Well-Known Member
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    Hey everyone, I just wanted to make sure that if you are not aware of dropbox, then you need to be. I use this application all the time. They include 2gb free right when you sign up and every time you refer someone you get another 250mb. I use this for work files, personal files, pictures, installation files, sharing files with friends and family. I have setup dropbox so when I upload a torrent file to my phone dropbox folder, it will sync with my home pc and auto start the download. All in all it has been a great application. If you haven't tried it, I am trying to score some extra space
     

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  2. AHanks12

    AHanks12 Well-Known Member
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    I like Awesome Drop better
     
  3. Bob Dobalina

    Bob Dobalina Well-Known Member
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    Ahhhhh, now I am going to look into that. Thanks!!
     
  4. mcapehart

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    DropBox and AwesomeDrop are completely different apps, with completely different purposes. You might have a look at ZumoDrive though. That's what I use for music and Docs. I have no music on my card, it's streamed from my PC via Zumo.
     
  5. dbrits

    dbrits Well-Known Member
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    For those of you who use Dropbox, Send to Dropbox might come in handy. It generates a unique email address and using that address you can email files to your Dropbox. My employer/college considers Dropbox "file sharing" so you can't access Dropbox or any of its services on any of the district computers. It's very annoying, but Send to Dropbox has been a lifesaver.
     

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