How To Enable Automatic Camera Uploads From Windows Phone To Dropbox
As the Cloud computing giving the services to the mobile users to store the information of contact list, album of photos, and inbox full of messages, now the similar new Dropbox is in availability to backup, restore, sync, share and access files at any point of time from anywhere on the earth if you got the signals.Previously the limited range of Windows phones in which users were unable to get decent apps and even if they got a good one also it was a big task for the users who was running Microsoft’s mobile OS.
To patch up the privious lack of ability, now the Windows Phone users are able to get an improved version of unofficial Dropbox app with cloud backup option. It allows the users to make automatic camera uploads to their Dropbox account. As we know that it was a big problem to get the good quality of images while saving them to the SkyDrive. Now with this new version the problem is somewhat solved.
Though the users can upload the whole image file with the 3.6 updated version of boxfiles for Dropbox, they have to do some manual work while it is not completely automatic. Before their images are backed up to the Dropbox account, they have to open the app for a couple of seconds and allow it to scan the camera directory.
In this updated version, users can select a specific directory to upload their images and can also choose whether the app operates solely via Wi-Fi, or through a combination of Wi-Fi/Cellular data usage.
You can get the Boxfiles for Dropbox updated 3.6 version either free or a $ 1.29 paid option. The paid version contains the nifty auto-uploading feature which is much capable to keep your photos safe. So it is your choice to choose the free or paid version.
Download Boxfiles for Windows Phone [Marketplace link]