iOS: The DRM-free audiobook business isn't exactly booming (though sites like Downpour and LibriVox are out there to help you find some), but that doesn't mean you might not have audiobook files sitting in your Dropbox account. If you do, Bound is a great player.
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Vodafone is giving small businesses a 60-day free subscription to Dropbox Business when they sign up to the cloud storage service through the telco's online apps marketplace.
Briefly: Dropbox is shutting down their mobile email client, Mailbox, on February 26. The influential client utilised swipes and gestures to organise emails and was first acquired by Dropbox in 2013. Carousel, Dropbox's photo organisation app, will also be discontinued. Read more on the Dropbox blog.
How I Succeeded is a regular series on Lifehacker where we ask business leaders for the secrets and tactics behind their success. Today: Charlie Wood from Dropbox
Cloud storage provider Dropbox has ramping up efforts to attract big business customers by launching Dropbox Enterprise. The company has jammed in a range of security, administration and collaboration features into the new offering, along with development tools and advanced controls to help IT administrators manage Dropbox storage in an enterprise environment.
It's currently "crunch time" at schools and universities around Australia, which means plenty of students are starting to have exam-induced freak outs. If you or your son/daughter are in the midst of a study cram, there is a simple, science-proven remedy that will help to bring stress levels down. It involves whiskers. And fur.
Collaboration is crucial when you're part of a team at work and technology vendors are ramping up efforts to bring out offerings that can facilitate convenient group communication. Last week, Microsoft launched a new version of Office which had collaboration tools as the centrepiece and now Dropbox has released Zulip, a group chat app, under an open source arrangement.
Dear Lifehacker, We live in a world with multiple computers for one person, but I am having one issue. How can we keep everything in sync? I would like to work on my Mac at home. Close it, go to work and open my (different) Mac at work. I want the same configuration (yes, I do have some tendencies...), same files, same everything where I left off at home. Any suggestions?
Hazel is already great way to automate cleaning up your Mac, and it's also great for photo organisation. Blogger Jacob Salmela shares a script to sort photos you upload to Dropbox into location-based directories.