Sunshine on a Cloudy Day?
So, its been a few of months now since the Dropbox dev team released an iPad version of the hugely popular Dropbox app, but what does this mean for iPad users?
It’s a cloud backup service, isn’t it? Shouldn’t you just sit tight and wait for iOS 5’s iCloud service? Well, in a word, no. I’m going to show you how to make this little gem of an app sing, dance, and do other cool stuff. You will begin to think differently about Dropbox, how you use it, and what untapped potential it has. Would you like to:
- Break out of the 1GB local favourite storage limit?
- Keep persistent copies of books, photos and music, even when you empty your Dropbox?
- Download music and films remotely, using only the iPad?
- Work in a new way to break out of the 2GB total free space limitation?
- Run scripts remotely?
Let’s take a closer look…