App of the Week – Dropbox

Dropbox is cloud storage at its best. I use it daily to transfer files between my computer and my Galaxy Tab wirelessly. Of course I could use the microSD card, but that is not the easiest thing to do.

When you register for Dropbox, you get 2 GB of storage for free. There are further storage options – 50 GB and 100 GB. 50 GB costs $9.99/month or $99.00/year and 100 GB costs $19.99/month or $199.00/year.

The latest update of Dropbox for Android brings password security. You can enter a four digit pin number to keep your files private and secure.

Another excellent feature of Dropbox is shared folders. You and your friends or colleagues can set up a shared folder to collaborate with or just to share files.

Go ahead and register/download the app right now and try it out for yourself. It does not disappoint.

Market Link (Register for Dropbox)

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  • http://twitter.com/cafen8d cafen8d

    But does this protect it if someone gets a hold of your tab, pops the card and throws it into a card reader?

    • https://www.galaxytabs.com Kyle Dornblaser

      I suppose it does not protect any of the files you have downloaded from Dropbox.

      • http://twitter.com/cafen8d cafen8d

        you may want to check out seekdroid. it’s supposed to enable remote wiping via a web browser should it get lost. (plus location features.)

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