You wait a whole day for a bus to arrive, then 3 come along at the same time. Such also seems to be the case with Dropbox, which has recently received its first Windows Mobile client, and has not just been blessed with a second, this time a free effort by d1k_is from XDA-Developers.com.
While not as polished as Cloudfiles, this app has many interesting features, such as allowing one to take a picture and then automatically upload it to your Dropbox.
The full list of features (current and future) are below.
- Login (of course)
- Browse Dropbox files and folders
- Download Files
- Download then email
- Upload files
- Take photo and upload
- Delete Dropbox Files
- Copy/move files around dropbox
- Sync Folders
- Record audio and upload
- Create new Folder
- Display account usage
- Track application (self) usage