DropDAV provides access to your Dropbox over WebDAV, making it easy to access your Dropbox files without the need to sync them.
We obviously love Dropbox, so more ways to gain access to our Dropboxes is a wonderful thing. DropDAV makes your Dropbox accessible via WebDAV so you do just that. For example, if you want to access your Dropbox from a friend’s machine and don’t want to use Dropbox’s web interface, DropDAV will let you mount your Dropbox as a WebDAV share and access your files remotely. Alternatively, you can access your Dropbox via a WebDAV-capable application like CyberDuck. If your Dropbox is WebDAV-enabled you can save iWork documents to your Dropbox via your iPad. It’s also a great way to sync specific files to your Dropbox at work.
DropDAV can be a completely free service but can also cost money depending on the size of your Dropbox. On the high end (for 100GB Dropbox people, like myself) it’ll cost you a reasonable $US18 for three months (or $US72 per year).