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If you happen to prefer Dropbox as your (or your employer's) cloud storage solution of choice, you might've had fleeting thoughts about how difficult it's been to navigate through its user interface — whether it's on mobile or on your desktop or laptop. Read More »
124 Days Ago For years, the single best thing about Dropbox was that it was practically invisible. The service, which debuted in 2008, was far from the first to put a hard drive in the cloud, having been preceded by the likes of i-drive, X-drive, Driveway, and Microsoft’s OneDrive (née SkyDrive, née Windows Live Folders).
124 Days Ago Like its competitors, Dropbox used to be a simple concept — a folder on your computer that seamlessly syncs with the cloud, meaning you always have a backup of your files and an easy way to share with others across the net.
124 Days Ago Dropbox recently announced an upcoming major update where it’s completely revamping its desktop app. The Dropbox workspace update, introduced at an event in San Francisco on June 11th, lets users create and share Microsoft and Google documents from within the main Dropbox window.
123 Days Ago Dropbox announced a new unified version of its desktop app Tuesday that the company is calling “the new Dropbox.” Read more...
124 Days Ago Dropbox is revamping its productivity and business-focused cloud storage service with a whole new look and useful app integrations, and I’m really into it. The overhaul is all about turning your storage space into a productivity launchpad.
124 Days Ago Dropbox has unveiled its most significant update yet as it continues to move away from its original core service as a place to store files in the cloud, toward a virtual workspace solution that offers all services in-app.
124 Days Ago Dropbox on Tuesday announced a new client for Mac and Windows that seeks to make the cloud storage service a "meta-platform" for collaborative tools in the productivity workspace.
121 Days Ago Dropbox syncs files between computers, but who wants that? The New Dropbox, announced this week, has all sorts of wonderful features to organize your cloud content, package your designs, integrate with slack, and to eat half a gig of RAM just by running on your computer.