Dropbox seeking partners in India to expand business

By on March 18, 2014 at 4:53 PM.

Dropbox seeking partners in India to expand business

Dropbox, a cloud service company, is reportedly eyeing partnerships with network carriers and Internet service providers in India. The company though does not have plans to set up its own office or hire local sales team. Instead, it would partner Indian mobile service providers and web companies to expand its presence in the country. According to a report on ET, Sujay Jaswa, vice-president and business development head at Dropbox said, "For us it doesn't make sense to have a local sales team in the short term, but we'll work through partners." More →
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Dropbox update brings automatic screenshot uploads, iPhoto sync

By on October 1, 2013 at 1:11 PM.

Dropbox update brings automatic screenshot uploads, iPhoto sync

Dropbox has added a couple of new features, which could actually be pretty useful for a lot of Mac users. So far, Dropbox auto-uploaded photographs but with this update a user can simply take a screenshot and Dropbox will automatically save it to the user account in cloud, as well as save the link of the screenshot to the clipboard. This is a nifty feature as people usually take screenshots to share it with others and Dropbox will now do this automatically. More →
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Dropbox for iOS updated with swipe-based controls and multiple image sharing

By on June 26, 2013 at 2:13 PM.

Dropbox for iOS updated with swipe-based controls and multiple image sharing

Dropbox for iOS has been updated to version 2.3 bringing with it new swipe-based controls and an important feature that lets users select and share multiple images. The latest version of the popular cloud storage and file sharing service can be downloaded from the App Store. More →
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Dropbox makes sharing links from one’s desktop faster with ‘Share Dropbox Link’

By on June 14, 2013 at 2:10 PM.

Dropbox makes sharing links from one’s desktop faster with ‘Share Dropbox Link’

Back in March, Dropbox introduced a new notification menu on its desktop app, wherein all the app activities could be viewed at one place. The cloud storage and file sharing service has now introduced a small but important feature to its desktop client called link sharing. More →
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Yahoo! Mail integrates with Dropbox for sending big file attachments

By on April 3, 2013 at 12:16 PM.

Yahoo! Mail integrates with Dropbox for sending big file attachments

Ever since Google launched Drive support with Gmail for the ease of users by providing them additional space and privileges for mails, users on Yahoo! Mail missed the cloud integration part. Starting from today, Yahoo! Mail will now integrates with Dropbox to let the users access files from their Dropbox account from within the inbox. More →
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DropBox acquires iOS mail app Mailbox

By on March 16, 2013 at 3:24 PM.

DropBox acquires iOS mail app Mailbox

Cloud Storage provider, DropBox has announced that it has acquired iOS email app Mailbox. All fourteen members of the Mailbox team will join DropBox. The email app has garnered critical acclaim and currently is not available as users have to join a cue to download the app. DropBox has said that MailBox will continue as a standalone app but it will be enhanced using DropBox’s proprietary technology. More →
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Dropbox for desktop updated, now features a notification menu

By on March 13, 2013 at 11:04 AM.

Dropbox for desktop updated, now features a notification menu

Dropbox has been getting quite a few updates with the introduction of things like PDF viewing, sharing of photos and much more. Dropbox today announced its latest update, which adds a new menu on the desktop client to help a user keep a tab of all his Dropbox activities at one place. More →
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Dropbox iOS app update brings PDF viewing capabilities, push notifications and more

By on February 18, 2013 at 10:33 AM.

Dropbox iOS app update brings PDF viewing capabilities, push notifications and more

Dropbox has released an updated version 2.1 of its iOS application. The cloud based storage app provides additional space to store file and access them anywhere on the go. It has now added three new features to make it even more user-friendly and organized. More →
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DropBox releases API for Android and iOS that simplifies integration with apps

By on February 7, 2013 at 5:29 PM.

DropBox releases API for Android and iOS that simplifies integration with apps

DropBox has released an API for Android and iOS devices that simplifies its integration with applications. From a technical standpoint it does not add any new syncing features that were not available to developers, but the tools have been simplified to such a degree that it could propel adoption of the already popular service. Currently, the biggest advantage that DropBox has going for in its favor is its 100 million strong user base, something which Google, Microsoft and Apple are all training their crosshairs on. While Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive and Apple iCloud come along with he respective mobile platforms, DropBox has had the first movers advantage and additionally it has been cross platform for the longest time. Apple's iCloud on the other hand is only for Apple made hardware, SkyDrive is the most ubiquitous of the lot but still struggles with user adoption and Google's Drive is the newest player in the market. More →
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DropBox expands service beyond storage introduces document previews and social photo sharing

By on January 31, 2013 at 12:05 PM.

DropBox expands service beyond storage introduces document previews and social photo sharing

DropBox has expanded its service beyond a basic cloud based file storage solution. The service now allows users to preview documents in the cloud, via the web interface, though excel sheets are not yet supported. The biggest advantage of this feature is that the user need not download the file first, he can preview it if editing is not the order of the day. In addition to this users can share photo albums on social networks like Facebook. More →
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