GrabBox is a Mac app that saves native screenshots to your Dropbox Public folder, and then copies the URL to the clipboard for sharing.
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Do you have a huge mess of files and documents on your Mac as well as in your cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive? If so, you can now use Found to search for files that are on your Mac as well as in the Cloud.
If you accidentally delete any file from your Dropbox account, do you know that there is a handy feature in Dropbox that allows you to view and recover the deleted files? If you made changes to any file or folder, you can restore them to an earlier version too. Here is how you can do so.
You may have known that Dropbox can host your static webpages and make them available to the world, but you may not know how to do it. Here are 4 easy ways that allow you to host your website on Dropbox and make it publicly available.
I am sure that you have backed up confidential data in your computer, but if you are running your business on WordPress, did you remember to back up your files and database as well?
Have you ever wanted to build a simple website, but didn’t want to pay for a complex Web host? Most free Web hosting solutions come with limitations, so you can’t really do what you want to do with your website. In this tutorial, we show you how to create a free website using just your Dropbox account.
Dropbox for Android is great, but it is lacking the synchronization feature found in desktop. You can download and upload files to Dropbox, but it does perform auto-sync. Here is how you can automate Dropbox synchronization in Android.
Backing up and syncing your files over the Web is an easy task, but syncing your applications settings among different computers can be a challenge. Dropboxifier is a little program that allows you to synchronize our application settings among different computers. Let check it out.
Many of us love to be able to access our files while on the road, but having files in different cloud storage services make this a difficult task. Here is how you can access all your files from different cloud storage providers in a central location in Android.
If you are a Dropbox and Android user like I do, you will probably install the Dropbox app on your Android and have access to your files wherever you go. While the Dropbox allows you to export your file to the SD card, it doesn’t give you the capability to download a single (or multiple) folder to your mobile device. If you are looking for the solution, here’s the fix.
Dropbox has introduced a new 2-step verification to further enhance its security features. Here is how you can enable the 2-step verification in your Dropbox account.
Do you think your data is safe when stored in cloud-based services like Dropbox? To be on the safe side, you need to take matters into your own hands for extra protection. BoxProtect is a free encryption service for Mac that can be used to encrypt your cloud storage data.
What if you want to send big file attachment and your email provider don’t allow you to? Attachment Me for Google Chrome is a great solution.
Losing your iPhone is more than just losing the hardware, it also means that all your data are lost, and potentially accessed by hacker that use them with bad intention. While it is difficult to prevent you from losing your own phone, there are ways that you can use to make the retrieval process much easier, or make accessing the data an impossible task.
When it comes to online storage services, you are pampered with choices. Although Google is a titan in the Internet, that doesn’t mean its newly launched Google Drive will replace all other players and become the de-facto for cloud storage. Conversely, there are many other players that are able to provide you with more value […]
Dropbox is a great tool if you love to have all your important files in sync across all the devices you own. On the other hand, Google Docs is a great service to manage your documents over the cloud. The functionality that Google Docs misses is that you can’t have offline access to the files. (NOTE: If you have turned on the Google Docs offline mode you can access Google Docs and edit the documents, albeit you won’t have the access to files). Insync is a much simpler solution which works similar to Dropbox syncing model.
Dropbox doesn’t encrypt your data by default. If anyone got hold of your password, they will be able to login to your Dropbox web account and access all of your file. One of the method that we show you before is to encrypt the files/folders in your desktop before syncing them to the cloud. This […]
Sometimes you have a large file you want to send. Perhaps a movie or another file you transferred to your SD card to use on your Android phone. You cannot always send these files through email. I know I have tried to email a video taken with my 8MP camera and I can’t. I have […]
Scriptogram is an web based app that harnesses the (public) sharing capability of Dropbox to turn it into a blogging tool, a dead simple one.
If you are using Ubuntu Oneiric and Dropbox at the same time, you will find that the Nautilus Dropbox extension does not work as well as intended. While the Dropbox daemon is working fine and it will sync all files you place in the Dropbox folder, the sync icon and the Dropbox contextual menu is […]