Dropbox adds automatic photo uploads

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Dropbox has recently adding auto photo and video uploads to their Android app.

Are they going to extend this feature to Windows and Mac?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #137122

Dropbox adds automatic photo uploads

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Hi,

With the arrival of the Cloud service, it seems that Dropbox does not take a backseat. For a service that is the market leader surprising, and that is why the company continues to push new features into its service.

The proof is a feature that has been in testing since last February. Indeed, remember from that ad in Dropbox which had introduced its automatic loading of pictures and videos. Today, the deployment seems formalized, to all service users accessing the application Dropbox on Mac and Windows, starting this week.

For those unfamiliar with Dropbox, despite the many articles you can find on the blog, be aware that this is a service allowing you to store and so take your photos, documents, videos and other files wherever you want.

As a reminder, functionality, previously in beta, allows to automatically import pictures, videos from a camera or a camera, smartphone or even an SD card. Thus, when you connect a camera to your computer, Dropbox will automatically begin to transfer images to your Dropbox storage space!

 Please note that with your mobile, it's the same principle! Once the application Dropbox retrieved or updated since the Android Market, you can configure the automatic sending of your photos, videos on the platform Dropbox.

To do this, when launching the application you will be able to enable this new feature, by choosing to load the photos and videos with "Wi-Fi Only" or "Wi-Fi and data plans." Once validated, you just click on the button "Switch" and the application will scan your directories for images and videos!

To complement this new service, as shown in the official blog of the firm, Dropbox has also deployed a new photo page, accessible via the Web version of Dropbox, showing signatures and grouping of new features.

Besides the fact that we can now automatically load photos and videos in the background with Wi-Fi or a data plan, if you are worried about running out of storage so do not be! Indeed, the firm states that it will give you a gift of 500 MB of additional space on your first upload a photo, and using this new feature to upload photos. In addition, all 500 MB of photos uploaded, you will earn additional 500 MB, up to a total of 3 GB of additional storage.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #137123

Dropbox adds automatic photo uploads

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Hi Chad,

Dropbox can be used to bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere .It allows you to share them easily. You can use the

Dropbox to save files to your computers, phones, and the Dropbox website instantly.

You will get 2GB of Dropbox free.

The Dropbox website is secure and your files will available anytime.

Yes Dropbox works with Windows and Mac. You can avail your files without an internet connection.

Drop box won’t slow your internet connection, you can manually set bandwidth.

For Dropbox run on windows/Mac you need these system specifications.

You need 512MB of RAM and enough storage space on your computer to store Dropbox. Also need Windows 2003,

Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or later.

You can use any modern browser to transfer and download files using the Dropbox website.

You can download the application from Drop Box’s website and is free!

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