Dropbox update gives users the ability to export files to an SD card

Dropbox

Just because C.E.S. is taking over the news by storm, doesn’t mean we forgot to report on other useful information.  Dropbox released an update recently, version 2.4.7.14, which gives the ability to export files to an SD card.  This is particularly important for business travelers who need to work without a wireless or WiFi signal since cloud access requires an internet connection.  It’s also important to those of us(ME), who don’t pay for extra space on Dropbox.com.  When I near my storage limit I can transfer some of my photos to my SD card on my tablet and store them there.

In addition to the ability to export files to an SD card, Dropbox also can now edit office documents  and save them back to Dropbox.  Dropbox is definitely my go to for cloud storage for work purposes in addition to Google Drive for my personal matters.

As with most updates, they also sorted out a few bugs to make your experience better.

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