How to Use Drag and Drop to Upload or Download Files From Dropbox on Android


The pervasiveness of smartphones have made cloud based storage all the more important for hosting and sharing files, so that they could be accessed on the go. And when it comes to cloud storage, there a few services that do a better job than Dropbox. Dropbox offers everyone a 2GB free account to boot and has dozens of features to sync your files across devices. Dropbox has now added support for automatic uploads from Android devices. So now whenever you take a new photo using your Android camera, it would be automatically uploaded to Dropbox. In this article we will explain how to use drag and drop to upload or download files from Dropbox on Android.

How to Use Drag and Drop to Upload or Download Files From Dropbox on Android

FileDrop is a new Android app that allows Android users to upload or download files from Dropbox by just dragging and dropping these files. FileDrop shows you both your Android folder and the Dropbox folder. All you need to do to upload your files from your Android device to Dropbox is to drag and drop them onto the other folder.

Dropbox on Android with FileDropDropbox on Android with FileDrop

FileDrop has a split interface with one section devoted to Dropbox and the other being a file explorer of your device. Within the file explorer, you would just have to tap and hold a file and then drag it onto the Dropbox section.

That’s all there is to it. Literally. Enjoy uploading and downloading files from Dropbox to your Android device.

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Posted on March 1, 2012, in Android and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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