Better than official Dropbox app.
The missing piece to the Dropbox puzzle I'll never understand why Dropbox doesn't include 2 way synch. I take 10 pics of my kid to get one good one. I don't need all 10. But with DBox you have to go delete the 9 you don't want. Problem solved with this perfect app. Unobtrusive ads in the free version, very little battery usage. I'd give it 6 stars if I could.
Renames conflicting files, doesn't erase Nice UI update - everything can be be accessed by swiping L/R rather than buried under menus. Also, unlike the official Dropbox android app, which has a nasty tendency to overwrite newer local files without asking, DropSync renames (backs up) the local file if it's unclear which file to keep. I recommend this app for two-way sync. Still the best.
Super useful app I use a free version of this app to sync all the papers I collected to my phone. It works perfectly. The only issue I have is that the UI isn't that appealing, but since I use it like just a few times a week, it doesn't bother me much. Great work!
You can add "Sync now" shortcut to desktop. Handy! Excellent app, happy to support developer. Would like Dropsync to have "Preview" feature so you could see how much downloading or uploading was going to be needed, and if there were any deletes planned! Still great, though.
Does exactly what it says. I bought the paid version and I use it for everything. It even allows me to sync LectureNotes across my devices. The only thing I wish it had is the ability to change the autosync frequency with Tasker.
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