Dropbox Teases Android App

One of the more popular file sharing and syncing services, Dropbox, seems to be gearing up for an Android app announcement.  An email has been sent out to their users teasing, “Do you own a BlackBerry or Android phone? Don’t worry! We’ve got plenty more mobile magic coming soon!”

If you’re not familiar with Dropbox, the service gives users 2 GB of cloud storage that can be synchronized between multiple computers and platforms.  In the meanwhile, Android users have SugarSync, among other services to use.

Source: Androinica

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5 Comments

  1. dznr
    February 04, 18:42 Reply

    where is that logo from? are they changing it?

  2. Oliver
    February 06, 12:28 Reply

    check their policy, as soon as you upload files, they belong to them.
    thats better than google! ;-)

  3. Hellkeepa
    February 08, 22:17 Reply

    HELLo!

    Quoted from the Dropbox policies:
    "You are the owner of Your Files and are solely responsible for your conduct and the content of Your Files, as well as any of the content contained in your communications with other Dropbox users, including but not limited to User Posts (as defined below)."

    How do they own your files, again?

    Source: https://www.dropbox.com/terms

    Happy readin'!

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    August 23, 16:14 Reply

    I am extremely glad to learn about dropbox teaser to android app; one of the more popular file sharing and syncing services.  I have enjoyed reading the post. thanks.

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