Some of you may already know that Google is my friend. I've also found another one, and that's called Dropbox.
I absolutely love Dropbox, because it's so easy and handy to use. After I got my new Samsung Galaxy S4 phone, I was dithering around deciding what to use to get my pictures on my computer. I kind of liked their Kies program, which I'd connect with my usb cord and download stuff onto my computer.
Then, I discovered Dropbox. Not only could I install the program on my desktop and laptop and share stuff in my Dropbox.com folder, but also I could install the app on my phone. Then, get this, if I took a photo on my phone, it automatically appeared in the Dropbox folder on my computers. Then, I could decide if I wanted it to remain on a computer and where to put it, or just delete the photo.
How cool is that! No more spending time plugging in. The photos are already on the computer!
And, as long as I occasionally check the Dropbox and move the photos or delete them, I can use this program for free! Free is good!
There are other ways to use the program for sharing emails, Facebook, and with friends, but so far I haven't delved into them. When the need arises, I have a feeling, I'll become even more adventuresome!
And, for every person I refer to Dropbox, I get 500 more MB of space free. There are other ways to get extra space as well, such as doing tweets and following Dropbox on Twitter, to name some.
If you decide to use Dropbox, tell them that Morgan Mandel sent you (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Here's the special link: https://db.tt/6atkPUUI for Dropbox.com
Then, go ahead and tell a family member or friend, and get extra space as well!
Coming Soon: A Perfect Angel
The sequel to Her Handyman