This was originally posted on kimschoenherr.wordpress.com on November 4, 2011.
The other day, one of my Deltasig brothers was taking a picture of something and mentioned Dropbox. I assumed it was an iPhone thing (because a lot of companies don’t realize that more people have Android than iPhone), so I dismissed it for a while. Until yesterday. Out of curiosity, I looked it up in the marketplace, found it, and downloaded it on my way to class. I didn’t really get a chance to play with it or look at it until now.
Dropbox is basically a program that you download anywhere (or just visit the website) and all of the files that you uploaded from you phone, computer, someone else’s computer, whatever, are there to be downloaded and used. They can also be shared with friends/family/whomever.
This is awesome because I hate having to plug my phone into my computer, and it really doesn’t take that long to upload and download/unzip the files. It’s just an awesome, kick ass cloud drive that you should go download on your computer, your phone, your mom’s phone, EVERYWHERE.
And here’s a picture just because it’s so pretty out: