Content can be uploaded either via Wi-Fi or a cellular connection
The update to Dropbox’s universal app for iPhone and iPad lets users upload photos and video to the cloud using either a Wi-Fi or cellular connection. The new version gives you a choice of manual or automatic upload. Just turn on the Camera Upload feature in the settings, and the app will upload your video or images automatically. The company has also created a new Gallery view so users can see thumbnails of all the images they store with the service.
But Dropbox is also trying to sweeten the pot for multimedia users–announcing with Thursday’s update that clients can earn up to 3GB of free extra storage if they also use the automatic-upload feature for photos.
The Dropbox app is free, and compatible with devices running iOS 4.0 or later.Related Download
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