Tag: Dropbox

Operating System, Others

Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive send out warnings to macOS users

January 26, 2022

Via: ComputerWorld

Two of the world’s most widely used online storage services, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive, are warning Mac users of a looming problem in a coming macoS Monterey update. You’ll need to download files to use them for a while They […]

Laptops, Products

11 smart steps for managing files on a Chromebook

December 13, 2021

Via: ComputerWorld

In the beginning, Chromebooks weren’t really meant to manage files. It’s tough to even remember now, but in the earliest incarnation of Chrome OS, way back in the Paleolithic era of 2010, Chromebooks didn’t have a Files app. You couldn’t […]

Android, iOS, Operating System

How to send photos and videos from an iPhone to an Android phone

July 15, 2020

Via: Phone Arena

To send a bunch of pictures or a video from one iPhone to another is a quick and easy task. You’re free to use AirDrop, or if the recipient isn’t nearby, there’s also iCloud photo sharing. To send images from […]

App Review

Dropbox for iOS now has an iMessage app and picture-in-picture playback, Split View coming soon

October 12, 2016

Via: 9to5Mac

Dropbox announced today that it will soon deliver a highly requested feature to its iOS app: Split View support. This will let iPad users run Dropbox side-by-side with other Split View apps without switching between apps. While Split View is coming […]


Dropbox Rolls Out Tools To Ease IT Admin Experience

July 29, 2016

Via: InformationWeek

Collaboration remains one of the primary selling points for cloud services, but the desktop metaphor used in cloud service interfaces in order to present lists of files hails from the era of personal computing. On Wednesday, Dropbox turned the familiar folder […]

News and Press, Wireless

Dropbox goes off to college with new Education service

May 11, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

Dropbox launched a new service on Tuesday to help graduate students, college faculty and staff collaborate on files while they’re at school. Schools can now pay $50 per user, per year for Dropbox Education, a version of the cloud storage […]

News and Press

Dropbox wants to stretch desktop file storage to infinity

April 26, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

Dropbox has a futuristic vision for how its users will be able to share massive files and have quick access to them on their computers, without their hard drives overflowing. The cloud storage company announced a new initiative at its […]

News and Press, Wireless

Dropbox takes the reins, moves off AWS and onto its own infrastructure

March 15, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

After years of relying on the Amazon cloud to store its users’ files, Dropbox has shifted gears and begun using primarily its own technology instead. “We’re excited to announce that we’re now storing and serving over 90 percent of our […]

App Review, News and Press

Unsurprisingly, Dropbox to shutter Mailbox and Carousel, focus on businesses

December 8, 2015

Via: Gigaom

Dropbox has abandoned its efforts to take over your smartphone. The company announced today that it will shutter two applications, Mailbox and Carousel, in 2016 as a result of its new focus on helping workers collaborate with each other. But […]

App Review

Dropbox’s Google Docs competitor is launching next year

November 5, 2015

Via: Karissa Bell

Remember ProjectComposer, the mysterious productivity app Dropbox began testing in the spring? It turns out Project Composer was the code name for Dropbox Paper, a collaborative note-taking app that works inside of Dropbox, which the company quietly launched in beta […]