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CloudOn Microsoft Office support comes to Android

CloudOn Microsoft Office support comes to Android

Nascent cloud platform CloudOn is bringing the same Microsoft Office functionality that it offered to the iPad version of its app last month, to Android tablets. CloudOn gives users a 'virtualization' of Office, allowing them to easily go in and access or modify Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. It also has support for viewing PDF files as well as picture files. It is basically a lite cloud-based operating system that gives users access to their most important documents anywhere.

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Apple rejecting apps with Dropbox functionality

Apple rejecting apps with Dropbox functionality

Apple famously doesn’t allow apps to have links to external subscriptions or purchases, instead requiring developers to adhere to the in-app purchasing system. That way, Apple can take its 30% cut, and all would be right with the world. Is Dropbox starting to face the same problem? Developers are reporting that their apps are being rejected for including Dropbox functionality.

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Dropbox update extends automatic photo uploading to PC, Mac

Dropbox update extends automatic photo uploading to PC, Mac

A couple months ago, Dropbox rolled out an update to its Android app, making it possible for users to seamlessly and automatically upload photos to their cloud storage account without even thinking about it. Now, the company has made the same feature available to computers, giving users the option to push photos to the cloud whenever they plug in a camera or SD card.

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Dropbox adds public link function

Dropbox adds public link function

Dropbox has added a nice piece of functionality today: you’ll no longer have to tell your friends and family to sign up for a Dropbox account in order to share files. You can now share links publicly, enabling users to access your files without needing an account or downloading the Dropbox software. Dropbox also say that files can be viewed in the browser, so videos could be watched without requiring a download, for example.

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Google Drive Android app spotted in the wild

Google Drive Android app spotted in the wild

Google's widely talked about but still highly under-wraps cloud storage service looks like it is just about ready for prime time. Pictures of an app called "Drive" have been leaked from what appears to be a developer-friendly Android phone. According to previous rumors, the service may be ready to launch as early as next week, and if there is already a fully functional app, that leads us to want to believe those rumors are true.

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