Do you use Dropbox? We love it, and have written about it before. Well, it just received an update today, and now you can do bulk uploads and assign stuff to folders, etc. Also added was the ability to open a file in an application of your choice. For instance, if you want to open a document for editing, you can open it in a text editor. This is very cool, as before (unless we were missing something) all you could do was read a file or share it.
What’s New in Version 1.4
‚Äö√≥√® Support for Spanish, French, German, and Japanese
‚Äö√≥√® Return to tab-based interface for simpler app navigation experience
‚Äö√≥√® Improved file uploading experience:
It looks like the users are enjoying it as well. It seems that most of them are voicing their satisfaction with this latest update, which is always nice to read when you are downloading or updating an app.
Dropbox is an amazing service, and the first 2GB are free. Amazon offers a similar service, but thanks to the Dropbox desktop application as well as the iOS app, it’s just much easier to use that as it feels like just having another folder on your computer, while in reality it’s stored on the cloud.
Check it out here, the App is free, as is the service for 2GB