FileStork 10+ Best Apps For Your Dropbox If you’ve been using Dropbox for a while, you may not have noticed that a whole ecosystem of applications have been built up to use the service. Over time, these apps have sprung up to fill all of the little holes Dropbox left unfilled. There are apps now for just about everything. It’s possible to sync Google Docs to Dropbox, automatically send Gmail attachments to Dropbox, play music in a browser from your Dropbox music files, encrypt your Dropbox, easily host a website or blog in Dropbox, collect URLs and web clippings to Dropbox and to automate file syncs between all of your social networks and Dropbox. You can even view all of your Dropbox files alongside your Google Docs, Box files and FTP files in the one web interface. If you want to know the best apps to do all of these things, then read on. 1. DropItToMe is a service which allows you to set up a URL specifically for your friends and clients to use for uploading things to your Dropbox. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. More Links
MailDrop Review - Why You Should Use Dropbox Dropbox isn’t a new entrant to the backup and sync scene. It’s been sometime since it was introduced, and has already received rave reviews and accolades from various technology sites and journals. I knew about the tool since the day it came into existence. But the other day, I decided to finally check it out. So, if you are using any other backup and sync tool, or method, it’s time you keep it aside for a moment and take a look at some of the features of Dropbox , which, in my opinion, make it the best personal data backup and sync solution. Simplicity Yes, Dropbox’s simplicity, right from their site’s design to the way the tool works, is probably the most amazing feature. Multi-Platform Yes, it works on Windows, Mac, Linux, and even on mobile phones. No File Size Limits You can backup and sync files of any size and any type with Dropbox. Easily Share Data Privately or Publicly This is one of my favorite Dropbox features. Undelete files and Restore Previous Versions Work on Files Offline 1.
Dropbox Forms Just follow the instructions below. If you're already a Jotform user, you can skip to step 2 and integrate your existing forms. 1.Create your Upload form Go to Jotform Form Builder and drag a File Upload field from the Form Tools menu to your workspace. 2.Setup your Dropbox From the same page, Click Integrations toolbar under Setup & Embed Tab, from the wizard select Dropbox Forms from the Most Popular list. 3.Manage your Integration After giving JotForm permissions. 4.Share! All that's left is to have your form on your web site. Dropbox for iPad Sorry, there was a problem loading this page. Bring your files with you when you're on the goAdd files to your Favorites for fast, offline viewingEasily upload photos and videos to DropboxShare freely with family and friends
10 Tools for Getting the Most from Dropbox This has also been posted at my Web 2.0 blog - Edtechtoolbox - some of these tools are cross platform. 1. Dropbox Copy This is a simple application that adds the copy button menu option letting you transfer files to dropbox and also copies the URL in your clipboard so that you can share faster. 2. This is a password protected online application created to help you set up a process for transferring files using Dropbox. 3. This is a photo sharing application available for both iPhone and Android users. 4. A service hosted by Jotforms. 5. If you’re a big fan of the audio note-to-self but you’d like more flexibility than the iPhone’s default Voice Memos app, DropVox may be for you. 6. This is an advanced backup tool designed to help you save your important emails and conversations from your email account. 7. An easy and very secure way for Dropbox users around the world to request files from each other. 8. 9. 10. ePubBooks
The Complete Dropbox for Educators Dropbox is a very useful tool to store online files, sync your computers and mobile devices and share files. With all those capabilities it makes it a natural tool for educators! Today, MakeUseOf published “Using the Magic Pocket: A Dropbox Guide” Using The Magic Pocket: A Dropbox Manual You can get a PDF version of The Magic Pocket here ! In addition to this wonderful guide, appstorm recently posted “ The Ultimate Dropbox Toolkit and Guide “ Do you need tips specifically for teachers? More Tips for Teachers! A complete post on Dropbox wouldn’t be complete without a mobile component. Now, you need to know how to get the most out of it! Use AirDropper to Collect Files via e-mail! And finally, from my own site–How to Use DROPitTOme to replace Drop.io! I hope you’ve enjoyed “The Complete Dropbox for Educators.” Tagged as: Apple , Dropbox , iPad , IPhone , MakeUseOf , Mobile device , Smashing Apps