Everyone who has to work with several computers, for example, at home and in the office, sooner or later begins to use cloud storage services. One of the most popular such services is Dropbox. This system allows you to synchronize the files you need between several computers (and it can be both PC and Mac) and the online service https://www.dropbox.com and provide access to them no matter where you are, if only had an internet connection. The Dropbox app for devices on iOS allows you to work with files uploaded to the cloud not only from your computer, but also from iPhone. This can make life much easier, eliminate situations like “oh no, I forgot to send a report to the mail” or “a USB flash drive with documents was lost.”
First you need to create a Dropbox account, the most common registration procedure. Then install the Dropbox client on your computer, launch it. A blue box icon will appear in the tray, and a Dropbox folder will appear on the disk, where you need to place files that you want to provide permanent access to. You can place any files and folders in the Dropbox folder. To upload them to the cloud storage, select the file, open the context menu and select “Upload to Dropbox”. All synced files are marked with a green check mark, and those that have not yet been uploaded to the share are marked with a blue circle.
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Now launch the Dropbox app on your apple device. Synchronization will start automatically, and on the main page you will immediately see a list of all available files. You can view files only online, but if you add a file to favorites, it will be saved in the device's memory for offline viewing. The favorites can store 500 megabytes of files, and the total free space on the Dropbox online service is 2 gigabytes.
In the Upload tab of the application, you can add photos from iPhone, which will then go to the Dropbox storage. In the settings, you can set a password for folders, watch a presentation video or, if necessary, disable synchronization with Dropbox.
Dropbox has many more useful features, for example, you can create public folders to share your files with others by simply uploading a link to the document in Dropbox. The Dropbox app is free, like the service itself, it will run on all devices iOS on firmwares starting from 3.1
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