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For sharing files across platforms, Dropbox is a must-have that's incredibly easy to use with a quick, free download and minimal setup time.
From CNET Magazine: Fingerprint readers could finally do away with passwords.
Dubbed Project Rigel, the mobile app will let people retouch photos on iPhones and iPads. It is slated to make its debut at Adobe's conference for digital creators in October.
Dropbox also slipped in that it will be adding the ability for creating new Microsoft Office docs straight from its iOS app in the next few weeks.
A welcome new feature lets you drag and drop links to Dropbox.
It's a bit tricky to find which photos reside in a folder that's able to be hidden, and you need to use the Web version of Carousel in order to use this new feature. We break down Carousel's clunky but still useful ability to exclude entire folders from view.
Dropbox has made it easier to work with shared links on your phone. You can now get to files more quickly when someone shares a Dropbox link with you.
Forget setting up shared folders in order to receive files from fellow Dropbox users; file requests are here.
Add another layer of protection between your Dropbox account and the rest of the Internet by enabling an extra security feature.
If you dig into the contents of the Dropbox application, you can make a quick tweak to rid yourself of Dropbox's overindulgent green check marks.