The Android Dropbox client does a little bit of everything, and everything that it does, it does very well indeed. It's an indispensable tool whether you need access to documents, photos or just want to access your video files. Dropbox is one of those applications that doesn't look too flash when you're using it, but that's not the point. The beauty of having a single, central, update-from-anywhere cloud storage solution that works across Android smartphones and tablets makes this an absolute must-have application. Like the basic dropbox account, it's also free, which is always a nice price to pay. [Dropbox]
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