How to Share Dropbox Files in Third-Party Applications using Dropbox Chooser 1

How to Share Dropbox Files in Third-Party Applications using Dropbox Chooser

A few weeks ago, Dropbox announced its integration with Facebook to share files through its function groups.This feature, in fact, looks pretty useful. In the same vein, the file hosting company in the cloud has decided to launch Dropbox Chooser that allow us to attach files from our Dropbox account via third party applications.How to Share Dropbox Files in Third-Party Applications using Dropbox Chooser 2

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Dropbox

Samsung Galaxy S III and Dropbox: 50 GB for All

Samsung Galaxy S3 Dropbox

Dropbox , the popular cloud storage service, has announced a special partnership with Samsung that will allow prospective buyers of the Galaxy S III  to receive 50 GB of free space .

The new smartphone, the Korean giant was in fact presented last night in London during the Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2012 marking perhaps the beginning of a new generation of high-end terminals. Dropbox has quickly caught the ball, and as already suggested by HTC is preparing to offer a special promotion for the new owners of a brand new Galaxy S III, due out in Europe on May 29 next.

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Dropbox Extra 32GB Space

Dropbox Doubles the Space at the Invitation

Dropbox Extra 32GB Space

Dropbox , the popular online cloud storage service, announced that it has increased the possibility of getting extra storage space if you invite some friends to use the service. From now on for every invited friend who will be persuaded to install Dropbox, you can get 500 MB of free storage  to be allocated immediately to your account. You can invite up to 32 people, so you have 16 GB of cloud storage potential extras.

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Google

Google Drive Could Come in April with 1 GB of Free Storage

Google Drive - Gdrive

Today, many of the users use services cloud storage to store your files (and always have them accessible both from your mobile device or from a desktop) or to share some resources with your contacts and friends. The range of options we have available is large (Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive, icloud, etc.) and service competition (with its offers and promotions) is becoming stronger.A breeding ground where there is an actor who has time preparing for landing: Google Drive , the storage system to the Google cloud, it seems,come next April .

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Box Gives 50 GB of Storage for Android Users

Box Gives 50 GB of Storage to Android Users

Box Gives 50 GB of Storage for Android Users

The services of storage in the cloud have become an indispensable ally to have on hand from anywhere and any device, our documents and files that you can query, update and delete with ease. In fact, thanks to these services users can securely share files with your contacts or use these services in the cloud for their backups. Among the variety of existing services can find the popular Dropbox or Box and precisely, the latter has decided to give additional storage space to

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Dropbox Extra 32GB Space

Dropbox:Free 2GB Backup Service That “Sync in Real Time”

Dropbox is Free 2GB Backup Service That  Sync in Real Time-1Dropbox is an Xelent backup service, online data storage with the ability to “Sync in Real Time” and automatically make backups, support 2GB of free online storage on your server.

Synchronized in real time – When you put your files into the Dropbox on a computer that immediately, they will appear on any other computers that have built your Dropbox (Windows , Mac, and Linux). These files will be copied and Dropbox stored on their secure server so you can access them from any computer or other mobile devices through your web site Dropbox.

These question arises:

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