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DropSpace adds real Dropbox sync to Android

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Dropbox offers a lovely client for Android, but it’s lacking true “sync” functionality. You can merely browse your Dropbox, pull files into the device, and manually upload specific files.

DropSpace is a little Android app that makes Dropbox on Android work like Dropbox – that is, you get real folder synchronization in the background.

When you run the app you’re prompted for your Dropbox credentials. After logging in to Dropbox, you get to select which device folders you’d like to sync to the cloud. It’s a straightforward mapping process: You select a folder on the device, and then specify where in Dropbox it should go.

The interface is rather clunky, at least for now. The biggest annoyance is that you can’t edit your “sync list”: if you add a folder and then wish to remove it, you must delete the entire list of folders and start over.

In terms of functionality, it works quite well. I tested it with the camera folder, and it was nice to be able to take my photos using the lean default Camera app and have them sync up to the cloud instantly.

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How to use emoji pictures on your iPhone or iPad

Ever get an iMessage on your iPhone from someone you know that contains smiley or frowny faces, or even pictures of animals or cars, flowers or dancers, space ships or iPhones, and wonder how they did it? In the old days it was emoticons. Now it’s emoji. Every iPhone and iPad has the ability to send and receive them. All you have to do is turn them on!

How to enable emoji on iPhone and iPad

  1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on General.
  3. Scroll down and tap on Keyboard.
  4. On the next screen tap on Keyboards.
  5. Choose Add New Keyboard…
  6. All the keyboards are in alphabetical order. Scroll down to E and tap on Emoji.

How to access and use emoji on iPhone and iPad

  1. Launch any app that uses the keyboard. In this example, I’m going to use the Messages app.
  2. Go to compose a message or type in any field as you normally would.
  3. When the keyboard pops up, tap on the Globe key which is to the right of the number toggle in the lower left hand corner.
  4. You can now explore all the different sections and choose the emoji you’d like to send. Once you’re done picking your emoji, just tap the Globe key again to get back to the regular keyboard.

That’s all there is to it! Emoji will work in any app that supports keyboard input. Just keep in mind that for the most part, only people using iPhones, iPads, or Macs can see your emoji.

Do you use emoji on your iPhone or iPad? If so, which ones do you use the most? Let me know in the comments!

    



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