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Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage platforms on the web. It has a simple interface and syncs well across devices, which is probably why it's a crowd favorite.
But if you're only using Dropbox to back up your files — you're doing it wrong. Here's how to UNLEASH THE POWER WITHIN.
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1. 1Password (free for iOS and Android, $50 for Mac and Windows) create super-strong passwords for all of your accounts and saves the passwords on an encrypted Dropbox file.
2. DBinbox allows you to send and receive files that are too big for email.
3. Scanbot (free, iOS and Android) is an app that can scan any document using your phone's camera and store it in the cloud.
Say good-bye to the pains of filing expense reports. Receipts, handwritten notes, newspaper articles, contracts, and more are all fair game for high-quality scans taken by your phone's camera.
The scans can be converted into JPEG or PDF instantly, then saved to a custom folder in Dropbox, as well as Evernote, Google Drive, OneDrive, and Box. The app also allows you to highlight information in PDFs, add comments, or add your signature.
4. GoodNotes 4 ($7, iOS) is an app for handwritten notes. The app recognizes handwriting, so all of your notes are searchable and automatically saved to Dropbox.
In GoodNotes, you can easily export handwritten notes as a PDF to your Dropbox account. Like Scanbot, you can annotate PDF documents, as well as fill and sign forms.