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Dropbox is unquestionably the most recognized brand name in the cloud storage industry. It enables its users to store files on external cloud servers that can then be either stored as storage items or shared with anyone else who has access to the web; all files are synchronized across the devices that Dropbox provides platform support for: web, mobile, desktop. Dropbox also allows the storage and management of literally any file type available. To get going with Dropbox on your computer, you have to download the standalone client application, which then creates a specific Dropbox folder on your computer. This lets you start the syncing of files. Millions of internet users across the planet have found Dropbox to be the answer to their file storage needs.
In recent news, Dropbox has decided to kill its sister platform Mailbox that it brought a little while ago for just 100$ million US. Meanwhile, Dropbox is announcing a huge partnership with Vodafone, one that will offer Vodafone customers to experience Dropbox free for up to two months; in its full glory. Dropbox has also announced that it is entering the enterprise file sharing and storing market alongside Google, Box, and Microsoft.
Designers and developers all around the world use Dropbox to share, exchange and optimize files on daily basis. It has become somewhat of a household name for freelancers, businesses and corporations who consistently work with clients that require of them to exchange files and other sensitive information. Today, we will be looking at some of the most popular Dropbox tools and apps that can enhance our Dropbox experience in just a few clicks.
Spotdox is a handy little application that lets you pair your Dropbox account in order to provide access to any of your files on any kind of device, without having to access Dropbox directly. Dropbox limits access to its users only to the folder that they are using for Dropbox file uploads, whereas Spotdox enables you to access any files from within your computer’s ecosystem; whether it’s an external drive, or internal. Spotdox also enables you to move stuff off Dropbox and onto your Mac or PC from any phone/web browser. For instance; upload photos while on the road to Dropbox and transfer them to your Mac, freeing up space.
Mover is a cloud storage system that works as a backup platform for other cloud storage platforms. It means that you can use Mover to securely backup all your files from Dropbox onto the Mover backup servers. This is an amazing cloud to cloud platform that ensures your data is always truly safe, since Mover also offers additional encryption techniques and tools that will make your data strong like steel.
What if I tell you that there is this one app that can easily handle transfers and management of all your cloud files across multiple storage services? And to top it all up – it comes completely free of charge. Meet MultCloud, this remarkably powerful, practical and easy to use tool that handles direct transfers between your cloud drives, cloud syncing and more. What’s cool about MultCloud is that it operates whether you have your computer powered on or turned off. In other words, the process functions without a hitch on MultCloud’s server even when you are offline.
Moreover, if you work with multiple clouds, MultCloud allows you to handle them all from one location, keeping it as convenient as possible. You can copy, paste, rename, move, delete, whatever, your files from the comfort of MultCloud. A few of the services that MultCloud supports include Dropbox, Google Drive, G Suite, Baldu, Box, Mediafire, Drive, CloudMe and AmazonS3, to name a few. Last but certainly not least, MultCloud indeed guarantees complete security by using 256-bit AES encryption for SSL. MultCloud also does not save or cache any of your files on its servers.
If you are ready to simplify data and file transfers, let MultCloud do the trick.
If you are looking for something exceptionally simple when it comes to writing and Dropbox, go with Writebox. It is a simple tool that lets you sync your text document with Dropbox directly. Yes, that is pretty much it, nothing truly fancy to say about Writebox, but it does the trick, and that is what’s important. You also get some decent settings that allow you to customize fonts, set line height, width and you can even alter the color of the background. If you already have a Dropbox account, Writebox will connect with it via an authorization page, and you are ready to roll.
Linking your website form to Dropbox is as easy as pie when it comes to Jotform. It is a cool tool that anyone can put into play. The simple, step-by-step instruction will guide you through the process of how to set things up, but it truly is effortless. Once you create your Jotform account, use the practical builder and create the form that you are after. From then on, you set up your Dropbox and give Jotform permission to connect to it. Once all the “tech” work is done, you just embed the form into your website, Facebook page, heck, even an email.
If you are interested in starting your very own podcast, you better utilize the powerful and practical features of Justcast. Inside your Dropbox account, you create a folder for your podcast where you drag and drop all the upcoming shows. Once you activate Justcast, it will do the distribution for you. Meaning, Justcast works with Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Embeddable player, podcasting website and analytics are all part of Justcast. What’s extra exciting about Justcast is that you can kick things off entirely free of charge. However, two very affordable premium packages are also available for you to take things to the next level.
How cool would it be to send email files directly to your Dropbox? Well, now you can with the employment of Send To Dropbox. It is a free to use solution that requires no skill and experience to use it successfully. All you need is a Dropbox account, an email and you are ready to rock and roll. For your information, all the files that you send will appear in the “attachments” folder. Send To Dropbox is very simple, fast and secure, making sure everyone uses its features comfortably. Speaking of features, you can organize folders, whitelist emails and copy message body.
IFTTT has been one of the most remarkable productivity tools that we have seen enter the market in the recent couple of years, and with more than 1,200+ ‘recipes’ for Dropbox users, IFTTT will ensure that the way you manage your files and their availability becomes truly dynamic, and somewhat inspired. You can use IFTTT to automatically update your files, to share them with your friends and social network users, or you can use IFTTT to curate content such as music and movies directly to your Dropbox account without your assistance.
You can use the WebDrive platform to easily mount your Dropbox folder into a separate hard drive disk on your computer. It gives you more access and freedom over the way you can manage your files. In turn it becomes much easier to manage your files when it comes to remote work, file management, and file uploading and downloading.
Kanban is one of the most well-known visual project management techniques, also one of the most successful. It lets you do an API connection with your Dropbox account, allowing you to directly share your visual project maps to your Dropbox account, without having you do the process manually.
Are you a writer? A content editor? Do you take a lot of notes? TextDrop is for those who love to write, but also love to have the freedom to stop writing at any time, and be able to access that writing from anywhere at any given time. TextDrop connects with your Dropbox account to enable you to have a browser text editor that you can use to craft any kind of content. It also instantly saves your files for later access.
Do you like how the most popular email services let you organize your emails into folders? Well, SortMyBox does pretty much the exact thing. It lets you organize your files and folders into sub-folders that let you make more sense of your files and how you are using them. Extensive filters will make sure that you can easily resemble your email folders, only with the help of files.