For Dropbox users who don’t want to compromise the convenience of Dropbox’s cloud but need to secure the files they store and share, Sookasa has developed an easy solution. Sookasa actually works from within the Dropbox folder to preserve the native client functionality as it provides seamless encryption and enables HIPAA and FERPA compliance. Essentially, […]
Digify – Confidential file sharing made simple Description Digify is a tool for sharing confidential files from Dropbox simply and securely. Files shared using Digify are view-only and self-destructing. Track and unshare files after you send. For “eyes-only” confidential files, screenshots can be prevented on Android, Windows and Mac clients. On the iOS, if a screenshot […]
Unclouded, by Christian Göllner, works with Dropbox and Google Drive, and can be used to quickly analyze how your space is used in either service. Right now, the app is in beta, which means that you will first have to visit its Google+ community, and agree to become a beta tester, which will then allow […]
1Track is a self-serve platform for Dropbox customers to build their own mobile apps – no code, no delays, and (during our beta) at no cost. Many of these apps can be built literally in minutes with 1Track – if you have data in a spreadsheet on Dropbox, you can generate mobile apps with no […]
Description Dropbox + Voice Memos = DropVox. It’s that simple. DropVox records audio and sends it directly to your Dropbox account in quality M4A format. Use DropVox to capture your spoken ideas, reminders, and more. Later, you can listen to your recordings on your desktop computer using QuickTime or iTunes, or on your iOS device […]
Introduction HipPlay is a free iOS application that gives you complete access to your digital memories, no matter where they’re stored. Your digital life is made up of the files that you’ve accumulated; all of your photos, videos, and music. These files represent the memories and feelings we share with our friends and families. We […]
Website Maker enables you to create web pages on your iPad and host the pages using Dropbox. You can find the application on the iTunes App Store.
DropIt is an iPhone/iPod Touch application that allows you to upload pictures straight from an iPhone/iPod Touch camera to Dropbox. You can find out more about the application at the official website.
D4, or Droid Dropbox Directory Downloader, facilitates downloads of entire folders from the Android app, because it currently only supports downloading single files. You can find out more about this project on Github.