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Dropbox revamps its Chooser feature to include multi-select and built-in uploads

Dropbox revamps its Chooser feature to include multi-select and built-in uploads

Dropbox has just overhauled its Dropbox Chooser feature to allow developers to implement even more features into their web apps. The new Dropbox Chooser now allows developers to implement the multi-select and built-in uploads features into their APIs. The multi-select feature allows users who use the developer's app to accept multiple files from Dropbox all at once. The built-in uploads option allows users to upload files, either through drag-n-drop or by browsing their folders, directly from their computer to their Dropbox account. Their files will be available immediately through the developer's web apps.

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Rebranded Dropbox for Business launches with single sign-on feature

Rebranded Dropbox for Business launches with single sign-on feature

Dropbox has decided to rebrand its "Dropbox for Teams" name to "Dropbox for Business", because it feels that its a more fitting name for the small and large businesses its service is used by. Currently, Dropbox is being used by 95% of Fortune 500 companies, as well as over 2 million businesses. To celebrate its rebranding, Dropbox is launching a brand new feature that business users have been asking for; Single sign-on (SSO).

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Dropbox CEO slams Apple’s iCloud over closed ecosystem

Dropbox CEO slams Apple’s iCloud over closed ecosystem

Dropbox CEO Drew Houston made an appearance at Mobile World Congress last week to talk about cloud storage, and he ended up discussing the various cloud services that manufacturers have been offering, saying that all of these exclusive cloud services lock users into using the service on just a small number of devices, usually those that are from the same company offering the cloud storage.

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Dropbox for iOS offers new notifications and a pdf reader

Dropbox for iOS offers new notifications and a pdf reader

Dropbox for iOS has just been updated to version 2.1, and with it comes a few updates that should make your Dropbox experience much more pleasant. In order to take advantage of this new Dropbox update, your mobile device has to be on iOS 5 or higher. The update is only about 13.8MB, so you won't have to worry about the update taking up all of your space on your iPhone/iPad (if you do, you should probably move some files on over to Dropbox).


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