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  1. Hello guys, Today most of us is using dropbox with limited capacity. If we are fortunate enough, we have slightly more space than the custom storage limit because our friend(s) accepted our refferal link once. Here is what I will do for you. For a small price, I'll help you invite up to 32 people for a total of 16GB of extra space. It'll be completed in 12 hours as latest (mostly in 2 hours). All I need is your dropbox referral link. That's all. Very cheap service compared to what you should have to pay to dropbox itself. Contact me if you are interested in. Wolfie
  2. BitTorrent Inc. has just released version 1.4 of its Sync application. The new release has a completely redesigned interface and allows users to share files and folders via https links instead of encryption keys. There are dozens of sync and backup services available on the Internet, but most have a major drawback. They require people to store data on external cloud-based servers that are not under their control. BitTorrent Sync is a lightweight backup tool that eliminates this drawback, and it’s much faster too. The functionality of the Sync application is comparable to most cloud-based sync tools, except for the fact that there’s no cloud involved. Users simply share their files across their own devices, or the devices of people they share files with. Since its launch the application has built a steady user base of millions of users who already transferred a mind-boggling amount of data. “Since the initial Alpha launch of Sync a little over a year ago, we’ve now hit over 10 million total user installs and have transferred over 80 Petabytes of data,†BitTorrent Inc’s Erik Pounds notes. Today marks another big step in the development of Sync. With the release of version 1.4 users are now able to share files and folders more easily, by simply sending someone a URL. Previously, people had to exchange encryption keys which seemed more complicated. Sharing a Sync file or folder People who receive a Sync URL will be directed to a download page where they are prompted to install Sync, if it isn’t already, and start downloading files right away. Sync offers a wide variety of sharing options. Users have complete control over where their data is going and how it is used. This includes setting read/write permissions and the option to give access to approved devices only. “Sync gives you full ownership over your data. With no third parties involved in storing or arbitrating your data, you know exactly where your files go,†Pounds explains. In addition to the easier sharing options and various other improvements, the latest release also has a completely redesigned interface. For those who are interested, the latest version of BitTorrent Sync is now availablefor download here, completely free of charge. http://torrentfreak.com/bittorrent-sync-1-4-140826/
  3. Cloud storage provider Dropbox has had its Mailbox app available on iOS and Android for some time now, but Mac users have been left in the cold – that is, until now. Dropbox tested an early version of Mailbox for Mac back in April but needed a little more time before its release. The time is now ripe. Today, the Mailbox Team announced its Mailbox for Mac release, citing features such as snooze and draft support that will allow you to sync drafts on all your devices and quiet messages until one prepares to sort through his or her messages at a later time. Mailbox has always been effective at helping individuals sort through their email accounts and reduce the number of sitting emails in one’s account. While Mailbox has been a positive to help mobile users organize their lives, we’d still like Mailbox to send faster notifications than, say, Gmail, for instance. Gmail seems to have a quicker email notification response than Mailbox. The Mailbox for Mac public beta release is only for those, however, who are signed up for the beta release. As the Mailbox team said about the Mailbox for Mac beta release, “If you signed up for the wait list, keep an eye on your email over the coming weeks – we’ll be sending you a small attachment that we call a betacoin. This coin will unlock your copy of Mailbox for Mac and turn on the mobile ‘snooze to desktop’ feature.†At least Mailbox users can rejoice for now – the Mac release is soon to arrive. As the Mailbox Team says, stay glued to your email. Mailbox was purchased by cloud storage provider Dropbox in March 2013, and Dropbox has (so far) allowed Mailbox to retain its company name and app.
  4. Amazon Amazon introduced a new file storage and collaboration service calledZocalo that—on first blush, at least, looks like it might be a Dropbox killer. Much like Dropbox and other cloud storage services, Zocalo lets you sync files between the Amazon cloud and your phone or PC. It has a business twist too, helping IT staffers control who gets access to which files. The product must be making some Dropbox executives uneasy, because unlike its other big competitors—Google and Microsoft— Dropbox itself is a pretty big Amazon customer. The startup uses Amazon’s S3 storage service to store the more than 500 million files that get uploaded to Dropbox each day. That’s going to make it pretty much impossible for Dropbox to undercut Amazon’s pricing. Zocalo starts at $5 per user per month for 200GB of storage. Dropbox charges twice that for half as much storage. But price isn’t everything, and Dropbox still has a several advantages that Amazon will be hard-pressed to overcome. 1. Sync is incredibly hard to get right Dropbox’s greatest strength is that it makes syncing files with the cloud and sharing them with other users seem so easy. But it’s not. Behind the scenes, Dropbox has a vast system of software keeping track of which files have been edited when, and who has access to what. Sync is a particularly difficult problem, and one small bug can lay waste to years of important user data. Err the other way, and you’re constantly resurrecting long-deleted files. Amazon has the technical chops to build a reliable storage and synchronization system, but making it as invisible to the end-user as Dropbox is no easy task. Dropbox has a seven-year head start here. And customers have shown, again and again, that they’re actually happy to pay more money for a tool with fewer features as long as it’s easy to use. 2. Dropbox’s “users first†strategy Dropbox’s strategy has always been to win end-users over first, then sell to the business side. Amazon is taking the opposite approach, by appealing directly to businesses. The problem with this approach is that even if Amazon is successful in selling its service to a business, the managers of that business still have to convince their employees to use it. Employees who are already Dropbox might not want to make the switch — especially if Zocalo ends up being even slightly harder to use than Dropbox. Could Amazon appeal directly to end users in this space? It already tried that with Amazon Cloud Drive, which is still around, but has been largely forgotten since its 2011 launch. 3. Branding Amazon already has a dizzying number of services and features under the Amazon Web Services umbrella, and it can be hard to keep track of them all. And the company is always adding more. That means it could be easy for the product to be overlooked, much as Cloud Drive has. That’s made all the worse by the name Zocalo. In Spanish, Zócalo means “plinth,†which is a platform for pillars or statues. It can also refer to the Plaza de la Constitución, the public square in the center of Mexico City. Unfortunately, it’s not a word that means much to non-Spanish speakers, and it’s particularly hard to remember. Bu now, just about everybody knows about Dropbox. Independence Ahead? Of course it’s not all smooth sailing for Dropbox and other competitors. This move will put pricing pressure on Dropbox, and it may need to spend some of $1.1 billion it’s raised on gaining more independence from Amazon. Startups are always in danger of being squashed by larger companies and bigger marketing budgets and the ability to undercut them on cost. But that problem is magnified when you’re running your service on infrastructure owned and operated by the same big companies you have to compete with. We’ve already seen this with Amazon Prime, which competes with Netflix, another major Amazon Web Services customer. But Amazon is still a long way from killing Netflix, and that’s good news for Dropbox. http://www.wired.com/2014/07/amazon-zocalo/