In this section, we will regularly sharing apps we find extremely useful or fun (or both?). This time we are covering Dropbox
I’m always surprised at how many people aren’t taking advantage of cloud services. Ever run out of memory on your phone? I know I used to. Now I have a 64gb iPhone 6 so storage isn’t really an issue but it’s also because I’m saving my photos to the cloud. I currently have a few thousand photos on my camera roll. I would consider myself a bit of a digital hoarder. I save almost all the pictures that I take.
Whether it’s a family photo or a silly candid shot of my babe. It’s my photo and I have an attachment to it. I don’t want to delete it just to make more room.
This is where Dropbox comes in because
Twitter quietly announced plans back in November to launch a video service. Reports were circulating around the Internet this weekend regarding more details about Twitter’s plans to launch this secret video service later this year. The new information comes from video.twitter.com which include Terms of Service and an FAQ. The terms give details such as a limit of 10 minutes per video but no file size limit. This will allow people to share high quality videos.
Posting videos directly on Twitter should have benefits because people will get access to better features like analytics and the way they’re displayed. YouTube videos are embedded decently on Twitter now but I could see them fazing YouTube out in place of their own service. I could see Twitter build a seamless experience for their own video service. At launch, the video service
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