Your photos, simplified (Part 1)

Posted by Jeff Bartelma on February 23, 2012

Dropbox + photos = <3

Hey everyone!

You’ve been there. After a long night out, you left your phone in the cab. Or maybe you went canoeing and sent your camera for a swim. Buying a new one hurts, but the worst part is that all those photos and videos are long gone. Even when nothing bad happens, it’s no fun having to track down photos spread across your computers, your PowerShot, or that old cracked phone.

We’re excited to share a simple new way to help you bring all your photos and videos together in one place. It doesn’t matter what kind of camera or phone you have. And since this one place is in Dropbox, you can have all your photos and videos with you wherever you are. Here’s the scoop:

Starting today for Android, and coming soon for iOS, the Dropbox mobile apps can automatically upload your photos and videos to Dropbox using Wi-Fi or your data plan. They’re all uploaded at original size and full quality, and saved to a private folder in your Dropbox called Camera Uploads where they’re ready to view or share. Here’s a shot of the Android app in action:

Dropbox for Android

Meanwhile, the new version of our Windows and Mac desktop apps can automatically upload from just about any camera, smartphone, tablet, or SD card you connect to your computer. If you’ve got great shots stranded on your Coolpix or piling up on your Canon 5D, all you’ve got to do is plug it in. We’re putting these apps through their final paces now — check here if you want to help get the kinks out!

Once your photos have been automatically uploaded to Dropbox, you’ll be able to check them out using a sneak peek of our new website. The new dropbox.com makes it way more fun and easy to flip through your pictures, where they’ll be as big and beautiful as your screen allows.

We’re really excited about these new features, and we think you’ll like them. To help you get started saving your photos, we’ll give you 500 MB of Dropbox space for your first automatic upload. As you take more photos and videos, you can use this feature to automatically upload up to a total of 3 GB extra for free.

We want to give a huge shoutout to our friends on the forums who helped us test these features. Thanks everyone!

To get started with the new Android app, head over to the Market now!

183 Comments to Your photos, simplified (Part 1)

Francesco Canovi
February 24, 2012

I'm wondering if the file are only uploaded from phone to dropbox, or if they are synched (read: if I delete/move a picture from the desktop client's folder, it will be delete also in the phone?). Thank you!

Tony G
February 24, 2012

Only uploaded from your phone, once it's upload it's synced to your Desktops like usual.  So if you delete it from your desktop client's folder or from the Camera Uploads folder in the Dropbox Android app; it will no longer be in Dropbox, but it will remain in your phone's on device gallery.  Similarly, if you delete it from your phone's Gallery app, it will remain in your Dropbox.

Tony G
February 24, 2012

Only uploaded from your phone, once it's upload it's synced to your Desktops like usual.  So if you delete it from your desktop client's folder or from the Camera Uploads folder in the Dropbox Android app; it will no longer be in Dropbox, but it will remain in your phone's on device gallery.  Similarly, if you delete it from your phone's Gallery app, it will remain in your Dropbox.

Daniel
February 24, 2012

My phone crashed during the wizard started after updating the Android app. After restarting the phone and the app, there was no wizard option to upload the photos so I went into the Uploads option and saw there is no select all option… I won't spend 15 min to manually select 500 photos. This is a usability option that should be there by default.

Daniel
February 24, 2012

Uninstalling and re-installing the app allowed for the wizard to restart. However, its options should also be available just in case something happens and on the first run the wizard fails.

Niels
February 24, 2012

Would love to use this on my phone but I'm hesitant to give my phone full access to my Dropbox account. Any way to create a restricted sub account?

Inanc
February 24, 2012

Thank you so much !!

Nicklas Lind
February 24, 2012

Is there a way to get the Dropbox app onto an Android photo with a Google/Market account?

Sam
February 24, 2012

Is there a way to not automatically upload photos? Some of use have datacaps

gregusmeus
February 24, 2012

Excellent feature.  Now how can I do this from my DSLR?

Ron Derksen
February 24, 2012

You can limit uploads to wifi only!

Daniel Trolle
February 24, 2012

Excellent feature and simple to set up.

However, I uploaded a set of pictures but didn't receive the first 500MB of space. Why?

Gerard Krupa
February 24, 2012

After updating from the last beta it immediately started re-uploading all of the existing pictures on my phone (including the samples that came pre-loaded) that I'd already deleted from my Dropbox account.  Would be nice if it could be set to only upload new pictures.

gregusmeus
February 24, 2012

It does give you that option in the Wizard.

Gerard Krupa
February 24, 2012

So it does, thanks.  I must have set that when I first installed the beta and forgot about it.

Thomas
February 24, 2012

Good thing Windows Phone can upload it's photos to skydrive automatically as Dropbox is still too lazy to give us an official client -.-

Vincent
February 24, 2012

Thanks a lot for the new photo interface which now allows to see photos in full screen :)
I had considered using Picasa to share my pictures because of what used to be a big lack in DB. I'm glad I can stick to DB :)
Great job guys!

Galaad
February 24, 2012

Same for me, didn't receive extra space.

Kudrnac
February 24, 2012

Unfortunately, only at low resulutions (like 700×500), isn't it so?

surethom
February 24, 2012

Yes but what about Video files??

Its very nice to auto upload to drop box, But what we then want is for all these photos & videos to sync down to my PC.

Robert Wiggers
February 24, 2012

Would you guys be so kind to PLEASE explain why in heavens name the new update for Android needs a permission like: 

“Act as an aacount authenticator. Allows an application to use the account authenticator capabilities of the account manager, including creating accounts and getting and setting their passwords. Allow an application to perform operations like adding and removing accounts and deleting their password”. Why in heavens name does the app needs this permission? And why are you guys not explaining this in the market in the app description? This could be the big reason people would stop using the app.

Robert Wiggers
February 24, 2012

Dropbox allready does that. Just upload everything and turn on your pc, install dropbox on your pc and there you go. 

Just watch out for the new permissions in the android app.

Thomas
February 24, 2012

Something like that, yeah…
Still better then nothing at all.

PlugStorage
February 24, 2012

The Pogoplug Android and iOS apps offer an automatic upload already. Would've thought that Dropbox would have been the ones to pioneer this feature. Better late than never…

PlugStorage
February 24, 2012

“Starting today for Android, and coming soon for iOS, the Dropbox mobile apps can automatically upload your photos and videos to Dropbox using Wi-Fi or your data plan”

^SEK
February 24, 2012

Free space? :D

Alexander Darr
February 24, 2012

This feature is awesome! Sometimes it's a bit cumbersome. If, for example, I snap 4 pictures, trying to get the right picture, I have to delete the 3 bad ones off of dropbox, and off of my phone. Having said that, it's a clutch app! I LOVE DROPBOX!!!!

Joshua Pidek
February 24, 2012

Will the free space offer apply to the iOS app as well once it releases?

Walt Snider
February 24, 2012

Full resolution photos taken by the phone are 2448×3264.
It automatically uploads a web optimized version 720×540 so it doesn't kill your data plan (or agreement with carriers to lower bandwidth issues).If there were a Dropbox app for the amazing Windows Phone (HINT!) it could sync the full res version to our accounts and we could skip Skydrive.(Note: To get full res pics off the phone, connect to Zune software and tell the settings you want Original resolution, not 'Default for this device' or whatever it says.)

Asm Zibla
February 24, 2012

+1 here too

mad
February 24, 2012

Uploaded from my android device, and no 3GB for me :S

Hedgehog
February 24, 2012

Can you get the 3GB of free space if you already got the 5GB extra space from the desktop image upload?

EDIT: I tried it and it doesn't seem to work. Already uploaded a few pictures via the app and got no additional space.

Dries
February 24, 2012

Relax. The changelog states that they revamped the authentication mechanism so it's more secure. The new permissions seem to be a part of that.

jar
February 24, 2012

But the problem is that with a big photo gallery, you do not want all your pictures on all your dropbox devices. I'd like them to stay on the dropbox server and accessed on demand. Otherwise on devices with SSDs, where storage is at a premium, I get in trouble.

Derek
February 24, 2012

Same issue here.

Arefin Pasha
February 24, 2012

great way to bring photos and videos together in one place at 
smartphone .

Smartphone Me
February 24, 2012

How about the video files?

burlow
February 24, 2012

on any given computer, you can choose to “de-select” a folder for syncing. In other words, you can turn off syncing for specific folders within dropbox. in this case, you would turn off syncing the Camera Uploads folder

Taylor Kline
February 24, 2012

That's great, but I was also hoping for a way to have all my photos DOWNLOADED automatically to my devices so that I can show them off!

Ixape
February 24, 2012

Also wondering…

El Capitán
February 24, 2012

Sadly, now you can't move the application to the SD Card :( I'm afraid I won't update since I'm short on internal storage.

Chris Glass
February 24, 2012

Any chance it'd support 3D photos? In the jps and mpo format? They're just jpegs with a different way of sticking two pictures side-by-side.

Wezekj
February 24, 2012

is this new since yesterday? I had lots of problems with dropbox & my computer not syncing &your tech had me uninstall & reinstall dropbox yesterday for my android. So do I have the new feature or do I need to go back and do something again?

symmetric
February 24, 2012

I'd love to use Dropbox for photos.  But, because of Dropbox's policy of shared files counting against everyone's quotas, I can't.  I'm willing to pay for a single 50G account for family photos, but not a 50G account for everyone I want to share them with!

Art Campbell
February 24, 2012

And this will be available either for Beta or in production for the Blackberry Dropbox ap when? Approximately?

xoj_21
February 24, 2012

• Up to 3 GB of free space for uploading photos automatically (in 500 MB increments)
i read this, is this extra to the 5gb we got from previous beta testing?

Guest
February 24, 2012

same for me – I did the 5GB desktop beta and did not get any extra space for trying the new android version just now.  

Sidenote: dropbox is awesome!

James
February 24, 2012

Today first time installed Dropbox on my Android phone and so far I am amazed about smoothness and good integration into system

Ricky
February 24, 2012

Excellent Dropbox, you guys aren't the cheapest but you guys are the best!

Consalusl
February 24, 2012

Awesome! Great features! !

Dumbolina
February 24, 2012

totally cool

z3razerviper
February 24, 2012

But dropbox is stable and is acutally useable

Seth C
February 24, 2012

Needs to be able to sync photos from other folders.  Right now, for me anyways, it seems to only upload photos from the Camera folder that I took with the stock camera app.  If I use Lightbox or Vignette or any other camera app that saves photos in another folder, it won't take sync those photos unfortunately.

Max Lewe
February 24, 2012

Would love beeing able to define the new folder for my camera so I can manually create different folders for each camera.

Homwer
February 24, 2012

Nice one, now i could upload all my pictures to DB :-) To bad that i'm missing space

Nikhil Dandekar
February 24, 2012

Nice feature. When can we expect a Windows Phone app?

guestA
February 24, 2012

Personally, need uploads of sub-folders of DCIM.  Either “all” or selectable.

Aa
February 24, 2012

Is there any change to just upload only picture not the video ?because the video are sometimes so big and it will take too much space from my account.

DuDe
February 24, 2012

I got the extra 500 megs, but it's not quite clear how I get the rest of the strorage…maybe when the Camera Uploads folder grows over 500 MB, I got another 500 and so on..?

Jason
February 24, 2012

Will this bypass the 300MB website upload limit? Videos are often larger than 300MB.

Thomas
February 24, 2012

Second that.

James
February 24, 2012

No-one with any sense will install an app that requires such permissions, without a very clear explanation why they are required and will be used! And version 2 has other woes (especially the needless  and unwarned change in storage location, that breaks apps everywhere). I'm staying with the version I have, thank you! Dropsync does all this, and is more versatile.
Dropbox are going to lose many old customers if their Android app keeps going the way it has lately.

Dries
February 24, 2012

The Dropbox app is working superbly for me, but if you don't like it then there are plenty of other applications in the Market as you have pointed out.

As for that particular permission: I think it's just how the account manager works on Android. I've seen a bunch of other applications use it and it totally makes sense when you read the description. But I'm sure that's because I don't have any sense.

Jflynn1000
February 24, 2012

I also got the 5GB's of free space from the desktop beta and didn't receive more space from the android app. Any dropbox guys know if more free space is available, or if the 5GB we already got is it?

Mamoran
February 25, 2012

I have an 8gb phone but 10gb of files on dropbox…how does dropbox deal with that. Will DB fill my phone?

Chris Jones
February 25, 2012

There are other ways to share instead of using Shared Folders.  Try the Photo Folder, and also Sharable Links. These don't take up others quota

symmetric
February 25, 2012

Thanks, but If I understand correctly those forms of sharing require either downloading, or viewing on the web.  This is mostly for my parents, for showing photos on screen savers and picture frames, so it needs to be an automated sync.  Dropbox shared folders would be ideal…if I didn't need 4 separate 50G accounts for the family.  I originally thought Dropbox for teams would work, but $800/year is insane!

Alperprlk
February 25, 2012

great piece of software and service but still too expensive for users outside US

Dougfertie
February 25, 2012

I got the new Dropbox yesterday and set it up to upload photos – and my battery has been downright clobbered. It dropped to 0 both days by 6pm, when I can usually run all day. For now, it's a big no-go for me. (T-Mobile G2x, Android 2.3.3)

Tony G
February 25, 2012

As of now we don't have this, but you can always just sort by type and delete all the videos from your Dropbox after they upload.

Randy
February 25, 2012

Thanks for the free 5Gb of space. I am happy to test anytime :)

Ngocthuong
February 25, 2012

I installed the android app and started uploading photo, but i didn't get the extra 500MB?

Ronnieallenangle
February 25, 2012

Finally, though Dropin did such a great job!

Brendan
February 25, 2012

This would be really sweet if you could find plugins for various photo libraries like iPhoto, Picassa or Photoshop Album.  Everyone seems to be rolling out there own “cloud sync” feature these days, but it's only seamless if you use the hardware and software from one manufacturer.  Dropbox could be the lingua franca between my (huge) iPhoto archive, and my new Android phone!

Arjun Bajaj
February 25, 2012

In the “Whats New” Section on the Android Market it was written, now you can upload files of any size. So I guess, the 300MB limit wont be there for the Android App. :D

Arjun Bajaj
February 25, 2012

Dropbox doesn't download all the files on your account to your phone. It doesn't sync you phone with the cloud. Although, you can do it manually by selecting which files to download and store offline. So DB will not download all the 10GB data, if u dont wish to.

Guay Philippe
February 25, 2012

Also Wondering

YanksOnTop
February 25, 2012

Booooooooooo!  No extra 3b for me…. Guess you dont get it if u did  the desktop beta..

Pez
February 25, 2012

“Starting today, new users of Camera Upload will get 500 MB after their first successful import. Users can also receive up to a total of 3 GB additional free space for photos and videos automatically uploaded via the desktop or mobile apps.
Forum build users who tested Camera Upload before today, either on the desktop or Android, will keep any additional storage space they received for trying the beta version, and will still be able to earn up to 5 GB.”
So 5 + 3 = 8 GB :)

fredz
February 25, 2012

when this available on windows phone?

Mpl
February 25, 2012

Instant upload of video and photo : Very nice !!!
But… Why do you modify their names ???

Matt
February 25, 2012

Personally, I wish I could remove the photos from my phone by moving them from the camera folder to a different drop box folder.

Steve
February 25, 2012

Anyone know how they calculate how much extra storage you will get?  They state  ”we’ll give you 500 MB of Dropbox space for your first automatic upload. As you take more photos and videos, you can use this feature to automatically upload up to a total of 3 GB extra for free”.  
It sounds like you get 500 MB first and then the additional 2.5 gb depending on however much you upload and not the 3 gb outright from the beginning?  It's unclear

Sergej
February 26, 2012

Please add russian lang :)

Hood171
February 26, 2012

Same here

=/

Leo Sauermann
February 26, 2012

http://www.eye.fi is sooooooooooooooo much written on this!
forget the desktop sync with the camera. Upload it directly from the camera to dropbox. Partner a deal, if you haven't already (or are buzzing it out in sanfrancisco :-).
keep up the good work!

mnboater
February 26, 2012

See no option to enable this feature on my Droid Razr.

Arif
February 27, 2012

I use dropbox and its help more from Bangladesh.

Mikhako
February 27, 2012

It is nice function. But I cannot find a way to set directory to default upload.

Marmon
February 27, 2012

now you can't move the application to the SD Card, BIG problem for phones with limited or zero memory left… any tricks?
Thanls

Erik
February 28, 2012

me neither :(

LiP
February 28, 2012

Quite cool. Looking forward to iPhone APP.

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February 28, 2012

Useful information shared..I am very happy to read this post..Thanks for giving us nice info. Fantastic walk-through. I appreciate this post. 

Robert Babak Rowshan
February 29, 2012

 Wonderful news! Thank you for continuing to innovate.

Robert Babak Rowshan
February 29, 2012

Wonderful news!  Thank you for continuing to innovate.

d-rop-boxer
February 29, 2012

me neither :'(

Christopher Rosanka
February 29, 2012

I hope that you will provide the same 3GB bonus for iOS users once the version is released… ;) If you have an beta, please let me know; I have a jailbroken iPhone ;)

Marcos
February 29, 2012

Hi,
Will the camera import service still work if I move the “Camera Uploads” directory to Photos directory?

Mark
February 29, 2012

This is a HUGE lifesaver. I've lost photos a few times in the past and it is NOT fun. THANK YOU GUYS!

thegreengrass
March 1, 2012

This has been pretty cool! I have this enabled on my phone, and I love knowing that things'll get uploaded automatically. I was wondering though, is it possible to enable a top bar icon that basically shows the status of the automatic uploads? Sometimes they don't get uploaded immediately, and I'd love to have a way to know when exactly they're being sent.

topi
March 2, 2012

tq for your tutorial..
i really appriate it

Housegreg
March 2, 2012

I had the 5 Gb free from my desktop app and I can't get the 3 Gb from by Android. So a pity… 

Jonavo
March 2, 2012

The 5GB was for both android AND desktop. It was a shared beta, you could upload from android as well as from desktop.
Non-beta testers can only get up to 3GB so you should be glad to get 2GB extra :)

Giuseppe Sciacca
March 2, 2012

great feature, but I would like to upload only photos or only videos, not photos and videos together. 

Rio Chikara
March 3, 2012

 Very great new features for andoid, I started to use this apps for my android.

modernminimalis
March 4, 2012

Thanks for sharing the information. That’s a awesome article you posted. I found the post very useful as well as interesting. I will come back to read some more.

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March 4, 2012

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3H
March 4, 2012

  Very great new features!!

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radyo dinle
March 5, 2012

 Thanks for the free 5Gb of space.

Sterling Zumbrunn
March 6, 2012

Really stoked about this. Everyone is playing with the concept of a “cloud archive,” but most of them are poorly implemented. Apple's is flawed because it's constrained to 1000 images. Adobe Revel shows promise, but is shockingly limited in its organizational capacities and is expensive to boot. I just started playing around with SmugMug's Camera Awesome, but its Cloud Archive feature is not perfect – if you choose not to upload photos when on 3G, it doesn't go back and upload the photos you took while away from WiFi, even when the app is open. I hope the Dropbox app manages this intelligently.

One of the things that excites me about this is that I could potentially manage the same images on multiple computers using the Dropbox synced folder and Adobe Lightroom, and since smartphone images are JPEGs, the metadata changes will be directly written to the files.

I think this is a great move, and just one more way Dropbox is making itself indispensable to the smartphone user. Can't wait to try the iOS version.

flatfour
March 6, 2012

I have the same problem. My poor Desire have a majore memory problem. Please add the posibillity to move the app to memorycard.
But still, love the new feature!! Keep up the good work!!

David Rex
March 6, 2012

That's great move. Nice conceal for dropbox. thanks a lot

Gnub
March 7, 2012

Looking forward to getting the iOS version – will be a very nifty addition! :)

Adam Tong
March 7, 2012

Thanks for the update . I upgrade to 1.3.19 version, after uploading some photos and videos , I got 3 GB extra space . Is there any approach to get another 2 GB ? Looking forward to more interesting apps.

Alexey Kuznetsov
March 8, 2012

i need “camera upload” and  ”delete local files” option!!!

poldo32
March 8, 2012

Hi all, I need some Help: does any one know how to delete permanently a
file (I don’t want to be able to restore it throw the Event log).

I just want the file to be gone forever!!!

Alexey Kuznetsov
March 8, 2012

not possible.

you have to delete it using web interface. or use encfs and keep all files encypted.

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March 13, 2012

love technology…when I know how to operate/use it correctly

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March 19, 2012

Superb news . Tnx.

Marcello Corrêa
March 21, 2012

Hi, does anybody know how to share a folder from an Android device? When I select “share”, I just see options for share on facebook, twitter, etc.

p.s.: sorry for poor English!

Kawonld276
March 21, 2012

Uploaded pics to folder /Photos.  Do I get any more space??  PLEASE!

matrixphoto
March 22, 2012

Can Dropbox Camera upload create a  folder base on date for each new upload,

Frans
March 23, 2012

Hi Leo,
Do you think this will happen? Makes it possible to sync all (eye-fi card compatible) devices to upload to dropbox. Hope they will 'find' each other!!

ksaday
March 24, 2012

I just started playing around with SmugMug's Camera Awesome, but its Cloud Archive feature is not perfect 4shared

Shiri 778
March 25, 2012

I'm also struggling with this, especially since I just confirmed my .edu account and got extra space for referrals retroactively (didn't know about this magic! Thanks Dropbox!)… but that means I have no idea which portion of the free space is due to pics and which due to the .edu – anyone?

Scottshabott
March 26, 2012

If you are trying to share a folder first time while using your Android device,
the folder is created with Read-only permissions for the members who
join.
In My Devices area, you need to select the device where the folder is located and browse to the folder you want to share.Tap the arrow to the right of the folder to select it, and then tap Share.

Gerry
March 27, 2012

Have you guys thought about providing the option to automatically upload voice recordings along with the photos and videos? I'd love to have this feature included as I record lectures on my phone and manually upload them to my Dropbox.

Muhammad Tsani A. Hakim
April 2, 2012

when I know how to operate/use it correctly
aplikasi android

Joozef
April 4, 2012

THANK YOU!!! This is an awesome feature.  I have lost photos from my iPhone after a bungled iOS upgrade.  This will never let that happen again!

Is it possible to have a folder created for each device using this service underneath the “Camera Uploads” folder?  I have several devices (6+) syncing to dropbox and I would like the photos separated.

Thanks again – OH – and thanks for doubling the referral bonuses!

Dropbox rox

Blloyd427
April 4, 2012

I love this feature so much, Thank you!!!

compte offshore
April 5, 2012

Can Dropbox Camera upload create a  folder base on date for each new upload,

Joel S.
April 6, 2012

Is there a way to sort in the Camera Upload so that the recent pictures are first?  I have a couple hundred pictures and I have to scroll all the way down each time I get into the folder.?

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April 18, 2012

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Laye Wang
April 20, 2012

Hi, I deleted the photo on dropbox. I am wondering how to re-upload my photo from android gallery existed photos. Seems this re-uploading process is not  automatic. Thanks.

Prateek Thawani
April 27, 2012

just select any one of those and copy the link from the post generated. That link can be used to share your folder.

Roger
April 28, 2012

The initial 500MB showed up upon downloading the app, but I don't see where I'm getting the other 2.5GB when pictures are uploaded.?

Pramod Kumar
April 29, 2012

how can i get more and more space for storing

Emilbmiranda
May 6, 2012

It doesn't make sense when the One X is promoted to have free dropbox storage but there is no option to delete the file from the local storage to free up the space on the phone…

Update Avira
May 11, 2012

yeah, i want to ask it too… i very like dropbox

Terpopuler Net
May 11, 2012

Thanks dude, I use it for my android phones

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May 12, 2012

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Meghan_willoughby90
May 12, 2012

OK so i share dropbox with my partner and my question is when he uploads pictures to the dropbox can i upload some of his pics to my andriod phone or not? Do i make sense to anyone lol  

Harga Hp
May 12, 2012

Thanks..and when Dropbox can availablle in iOs..

Sunny Rocks
May 15, 2012

Can I move my photos  from my phone by moving from camera to drop box??
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May 15, 2012

Very useful, we have talked about it here too http://italianeography.com/201

Molto interessante grazie :)

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May 19, 2012

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Really cool post! 

olotob
May 24, 2012

Is that up to 3GB more space separatelly for android and mac os camera uploads or its just 3GB for start camera uploads irrespective to platform, olny once?

Alves
May 28, 2012

Muito interessante, vou jogar todos meus principais arquivos para nuvem…

Didier Montailler
June 6, 2012

I wait for ios version

Stefan from BookHolder.de
June 8, 2012

this feature is a must-have. Until the iOS version arrives I use quickshot.
BTW: blackberry support for my business mobile would be great, too.
thanks, stefan.
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Rocky
June 26, 2012

And since this one place is in Dropbox, you can have all your photos and videos with you wherever you are. Here’s the scoop:

Mauricio
June 27, 2012

And since this one place is in Dropbox, you can have all your photos and videos with you wherever you are. Here’s the scoop:

Blogger Indonesia
June 28, 2012

i think its best you use still dropbox for camera import service

How Can I Be Taller
June 29, 2012

Good Idea

Barnabasmclean97
July 5, 2012

I love Dropbox. 

Txaggie
July 10, 2012

Why does the ios version pause periodically?

TN
July 10, 2012

I shoot 10+ gigs a week with my camera. Even with fast internet this service does not resemble anything like a place to hold all my images and vids. I've got more than the offered capacity constantly on my iPhone.

radyo dinle
July 13, 2012

many Thanks for the free 5Gb of space

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July 13, 2012

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slowtürk dinle
July 13, 2012

i will share to my friends thanks

powertürk dinle
July 13, 2012

thanks im using it not

joytürk dinle
July 13, 2012

thnaks for this 5gb its best:)

Manesh Mk
July 15, 2012

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Tim
July 21, 2012

Because its uploading large videos that take longer

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July 27, 2012
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July 30, 2012

i think thats nice thank youu

Manesh Mk
August 1, 2012

 good idea from dropbox…

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Erika
August 7, 2012

I recently downloaded DB onto my android two nights ago and I realized almost 3000 of my photos are missing from my phone. What happened!/!?!

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August 16, 2012

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August 18, 2012

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August 18, 2012

Finally a solution that works

Jasmine Quincey
September 15, 2012

it’s no fun having to track down photos spread across your computers, your PowerShot, or that old cracked phone.

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Evelia Condon
October 4, 2012

Once your photos have been automatically uploaded to Dropbox, you’ll be able to check them out using a sneak peek of our new website. The new dropbox.com makes it way more fun and easy to flip through your pictures, where they’ll be as big and beautiful as your screen allows.

Jacinta
October 22, 2012

Buying a new one hurts, but the worst part is that all those photos and videos are long gone. Even when nothing bad happens, it’s no fun having to track down photos spread across your computers, your PowerShot, or that old cracked phone.

Episode 02 | Tupcast
November 14, 2012

[...] Dropbox Beta for Android – Automatic Photo Uploads [...]

Pyosoon Park
December 31, 2012

I want to download all of my photos from camera upload in dropbox, but dropbox doesn’t provide that function. How can I get all of my photos as files from dropbox web to my desktop? I want to download those at once, not one by one. Please answer to me. Thanks.

[...] week DropBox and Box launched mobile applications for Android smartphone and tablet users to make it easier to store photos and other files on their respective [...]

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