Let’s Get Ready To Rumble! Drop Snap VS. all Competitors!
Recently, good friends of Android Guys, Chris Soyars and Martin B. (chrissoyars and optedoblivion) released a handy app called Drop Snap. The app automatically uploads images taken on your Android phone to your dropbox account with no muss and no fuss. Take a picture and BAM, your photo uploads for safe keeping. Kind of like an eyefi for your Android device.
We have loved the Drop Snap app, and how it makes uploading photos, well, a snap. But how does it stack up against other similar competing apps, such as Sugar Sync or Drop In? Another one of our good friends, Chris S. (wootroot) decided to create a video to illustrate how Drop Snap is head and shoulders above the rest. Check out the video af ter the break, as well as our handy dandy download box so you can get Drop Snap for yourself! NOTE: The video shows as yet unreleased functionality to Drop Snap that is coming in the very near future. Enjoy the preview!
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