iPad Review: Dropbox

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We like Dropbox on the iPhone, it’s simple straightforward, does what it says and is priced right (free!). It was one of the first apps we installed on our iPad and anxiously awaited for the true iPad port. Well, it is here.

This app let’s you upload files from your computer and then edit, sync, download, upload, and share them with other people, all from your iPad. It looks great.

One of the features I like was that it will play video stored in your Dropbox, which is something SugarSync would not let me do.

SugarSync has almost identical functions, and will even let you play music, but not video. Hopefully they’ll get that worked out in an update. SugarSync also charges after an initial 30 day trial, whereas Dropbox has a basic free plan.

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four out of five stars

Dropbox free in the app store

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