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By the time you’ve reached this conclusion you’ll know how Dropbox works, how to use it for file sharing and how to use it as a backup solution. Dropbox is, in stock form, extremely useful. Even better: it is surrounded by a large and rapidly growing community that is constantly churning out new ways to extend its functionality. com/tag/dropbox- finder-ipad-mac/ Competitors and Alternatives Dropbox is awesome, but no program is best for everyone. You may, after using Dropbox, decide that you like the idea but the functionality of this service and the implementation just isn’t doing it for you.
You can email files to Dropbox, use DropBox to host a photo gallery or even web page, and use Ruby scripts as a methods of DropBox interaction, so be sure to check that site out. com P a g e 31 Using the Magic Pocket: A Dropbox Guide Chapter 8: Conclusion Additional Dropbox Reading This Dropbox manual is meant to bring you up to speed with the features that are available in Dropbox. By the time you’ve reached this conclusion you’ll know how Dropbox works, how to use it for file sharing and how to use it as a backup solution.
Don’t fret – there are some alternatives worth checking out. com/tag/spideroak-online-data-backupsharing-solution-crossplatform/) – Slanted towards file backup as well as sharing, SpiderOak isn’t nearly as easy to use as Dropbox despite the interface’s best efforts. However, SpiderOak’s storage plans are incredible – you only have to pay $10 monthly for a storage capacity of 100GB, which is half what you’ll pay for a 100GB Dropbox plan. com/dir/sugarsync/) – Very similar to Dropbox, SugarSync can keep file synced between multiple devices including both computers and mobile phones.
Unofficial Guide To Dropbox by Matt Smith