Dropbox is upgraded to challenge Google Drive
Dropbox has decided to respond to the launch of Drive, the storage service ” in the cloud “offered by Google (we suggest the reading of our article ), presenting some novelties. With today’s release of Dropbox 1.4 , the San Francisco company offering a software client reacts partially renovated by adding a feature that lets you import photos from different cameras, phones, memory cards and share them online.
Who will Using the new instrument will have two advantages: first, will add 3 GB of space to the amount already available for free and also can display their photo archive on the web by connecting to a specific page prepared by the developers of Dropbox. Photos are shown as thumbnails and proposals in chronological order based on the month in which they were taken. With a simple click of the mouse the image will open in the browser to full screen.
At the same time you can save the photos on your personal computer or turn on sharing with others. The 3 GB of additional space will be available indefinitely but will be used exclusively for storing photos. Dropbox 1.4 is free for download by referring to the official site.