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free dropbox by google.

Discussion in 'Forum Suggestions & Feedback' started by DerekAAbel, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. DerekAAbel

    DerekAAbel Newbie

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    After browsing BHW i found that no one has talked about googles new drop box application called insync. Bellow is a brief description about it is and the website i found the description from. Now you only get 1gb for free but if u want more you will have to purchase it.

    The service provides cloud-based storage for files but it specialises in Google Docs, allows users to easily sync, update and share documents between others. Its user interface is a neat alternative to Google's own interface which turns your virtual docs into ‘physical' files that are housed on your PC or Mac, making them infinitely more accessible and easier to view than through the standard Web interface.

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    WWW(dot)thenextweb(dot)com/apps/2011/12/30/forget-dropbox-insync-is-your-google-docs-loving-alternative-and-its-free/
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    I downloaded this program from:
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    www(dot)insynchq(dot)com/download
     
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  2. DerekAAbel

    DerekAAbel Newbie

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    did i post this in the wrong place?
     
  3. roamer

    roamer Power Member

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    That's what it looks like :(
     
  4. xpwizard

    xpwizard Junior Member

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    It's not by Google. It just uses your Google account.
     
  5. finerpleasures

    finerpleasures Regular Member

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    does it do what dropbox does and more -- > if not.... stick to dropbox for now