Dropbox will Change the Way You Backup and Access Files with your LG Optimus VSave $80 on the Motorola Triumph Android Phone at Virgin Mobile!
Transportation, Transportation, Transportation!
Ever since I got my first Android phone (the Samsung Intercept), I have tried to find out the best way to be able to move files from my phone to my pc and simultaneously upload it to the cloud.
Bluetooth, of course, was the natural option for phone to PC communication, but it did not accomplish uploading to the cloud without further steps and more apps.
I tried using Files Anywhere, Google Docs, Picassa, and a few others, but all of them could not move the file to my PC and to the cloud at the same time with the same click.
Today, I have an answer that is so simple that I cannot believe that it has taken me this long to discover how well this app could work.
The solution I speak of is Dropbox.
It is one part cloud, one part PC synchronization software, and one part Android app.
Any file I deal with that I want to back up or send to my PC or access from the cloud takes only a few clicks to send from the Dropbox app.
Instant Satisfaction Looks Like…
For example, I use a screenshot program on the LG Optimus V called Screen Shot It!.
Once I take the screenshot, I just press the “share” button and select “Dropbox” from the share menu and the app will take me to the Dropbox app automatically and ask which folder I want to send the file to.
It is super easy to use this method with photos, songs, documents, and anything that is small “ish”
Once sent from my phone, it takes less than a minute and sometimes only seconds for the file to appear in my Dropbox sync folder on my PC. The file is also sent to the Dropbox in the cloud for safekeeping.
This is instant backup redundancy and instant cloud access to the file for internet blogging or sharing purposes, as well as instant access to say integrate a file to an Itunes library or a PowerPoint presentation.
In other words, you can get what you want where you want it fast and easy with the Dropbox method!
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If you sign up through this post, you will get a free additional 250 MB of space for your Dropbox in additional to your free 2 GB.