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Dropbox Uploader is a BASH script which can be used to upload, download, list or delete files from Dropbox, an online file sharing, synchronization and backup service.
The Dropbox powered social network
Send messages, share links and files to individuals or groups from an OS X Menu Bar app, with Dropbox keeping everything in sync.
An inbox for your Dropbox. By visiting your personal dbinbox, non-Dropbox users will be able to upload files straight into a special ‘inbox’ folder in your Dropbox.
Public dbinboxes can be optionally passphrase protected.
Dropbox Uploader is a BASH script which can be used to upload, download, delete, list files (and more!) from Dropbox, an online file sharing, synchronization and backup service.
Spotdox is an add-on to Dropbox that allows you to access any file on your computer (or any drives attached to it) from any location or device.
Levinux (download ~18 MB) is a tiny virtual Linux server that runs from USB or Dropbox with a double-click (no install) from the desktop of a Mac, Windows or Linux PC—making it the perfect learning environment, and a great way to run & keep your code safe for life! Think of it as an introduction to old-skool “short stack" development—more relevant now then ever as Linux/Unix gets embedded into everything.
A web-based Markdown editor with live preview, format conversion, easy document sharing and integration with Dropbox or Evernote for storage and synchronisation.
Fargo is a simple idea outliner, notepad, todo list, project organizer.
Files are stored in Dropbox. They are accessible anywhere Dropbox is. You can share files with other users, or publicly.
The HTML5 local storage in the browser/real files in Dropbox combo is a great idea. And, since Fargo outlines are plain old OPML files, they’ll work with all sorts of existing mobile and desktop outliners.
Match Box is a Dropbox type clone that you can install on your personal server to remotely backup your files without worrying about Dropbox getting a hold of them.
Match Box uses the Flask web framework for the server, and all files are transfered using the HTTP protocol.
The simplest way to capture, annotate and share screenshots.
Capture a crosshair, window or fullscreen screenshot from the menu bar, or drag and drop an existing image.
Annotate with arrow, rectangle and text tool.
Instantly upload to Dropbox and get a link to share, or drag the image to any other app.