Dropbox Introduces the Sync API for Developers

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  • 07 Feb 2013
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  • Dropbox is not only one of the most popular online storage services available on the market but also one of the oldest in the business. With promo free storage options and good prices for expansion, the service has also the largest support from the community.

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    Most software developers for the mobile platform and other OS’s integrate Dropbox support into their apps knowing it is the most widely spread service available.  Given the circumstances, it is no wonder that most users prefer the service to any other alternative available on the market today. Dropbox is also among the first that integrated the Photo sync service that automatically uploads your photos after you’ve taken them with your device. The developers behind the service are now prepared to give you another motive to keep the service.

    Dropbox has now added sync support for developers to integrate into their upcoming apps. With this new feature all the files available in your folders can be synced across devices like it were only one device. Now you will have access to your files the second you need them without having to worry about sharing or copying anything. With expanding developer support and the API now available, developers are expected to integrate the new feature really soon. Until then you can read the official statement here.

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