How to Use Dropbox on Your IPhone: Interested in using the cloud-saving service Dropbox on your iPhone? Get started by following these steps! (Note: we primarily used iOS version 6 and the latest Dropbox update [as of March 7, 2013] when building these steps, so you may experience t…
Dropbox has launched on the Roku, with an app that allows you to view the photos and videos you have stored in your account directly on your TV by way of Roku's streaming media player. The new app itself is simple to use - you can browse through your folders, view thumbnails and slideshows, and even search for items by name.
I'm a huge fan of Dropbox. I have been using it extensively for team collaborations, to transfer files between platforms, and for backup purposes. Dropbox' key to success is its ease of use, which is firmly rooted in its nearly flawless integration across different platforms. The native Dropbox Android app is great for basic access to files and downloading, but it is lacking some features essential for power users.
Dropbox’s new password manager, secure vault for sensitive files, and computer backup features will be available Wednesday. Dropbox Professional users are also getting the ability to brand files that they share and track insights on shared links.