Webware 100 winner: Dropio
File-sharing start-up debuts a new design that's better aligned with its "even your mom could use it" promise.
Upload files and share them with the Twitter community using Dropio's new broadcasting features. It's free and pretty darn useful.
Social-storage service Dropio has used its open API to deliver a default application for Yahoo Mail users who want to attach up to 100MB to an e-mail message.
Storage provider Dropio is using Facebook Connect to let people manage who can see their files and folders by picking and choosing from their Facebook friends list.
Storage provider Dropio has a nice and simple new presentation tool that runs right in your browser.
File-sharing start-up, which prides itself on simplicity and user privacy, is the latest to jump on the "streaming" craze.
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Online-storage service Dropio just added a new recording feature: Dial in from your phone and it records almost unlimited MP3 audio. Best of all, it's free!
AOL-owned Xdrive is going the way of dinosaurs, and hungry Web storage providers are champing at the bit to get those users to come over.