According to an email sent out to Dropbox users, the team is hard at work bringing the "magic" to more mobile platforms. The popular online synced folder service currently has an app for the iPhone and iPod touch. In addition, you can access your files via the Dropbox mobile website. However, the email sent out specifically mentions Android and BlackBerry as platforms that will soon be supported.
"Do you own a Blackberry or Android phone? Don't worry! We've got plenty more mobile magic coming soon!"
Dropbox gives users 2GB of free cloud storage space, with extra space available for a fee. Users can also gain up to 3GB of additional free space by referring other people to the service. When you load Dropbox onto a computer or mobile device, the data you put in it will be synced across all locations, in addition to the Dropbox servers. This makes it an ideal situation for backing up important data, and keeping yourself organized across multiple locations. Should a user accidentally delete or overwrite a file, it can still be retrieved within 30 days via the Dropbox website.
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