This morning, the official Box cloud storage application for Android received an update through Google Play, one which brings new features, enhanced functionality, and more.
While there are plenty of new things to talk about, the main highlight of the update is Box Notes. Released for iOS not too long ago, Box Notes allows users to take notes through the web interface of Box or on the app, while also allowing other Box users to collaborate on Notes through whichever platform they are on. Think of it as Google Drive, except with Box, you have access to your files through their platform and can work seamlessly throughout their realm of servers. (more…)
Box, one of the most robust cloud storage options available, received a major update on Android today to version 3.0. The update is being called “one of the biggest updates” ever for the company, because it introduces an overhauled UI, new image gallery, fully native OneCloud, two new languages, and added security.
Beyond the big update, Box is also announcing a new partnership with LG. In this new deal, Box is handing out 50GB of free storage (for a year) to anyone who owns an LG G-series device. All you need to do is login to the Box app from your LG G-series device and the storage is yours. Again, only for one year. (more…)
It can be difficult to sift through the myriad of cloud storage apps available for Android, but some have always stood out because of superior design and usability. One of these is Box, which many may associate with the service’s promotional 50GB packages that have come bundled with select Android devices in the past. Today, the Box team released an update that focuses on performance, but also lays the groundwork for improvements far into the future. (more…)
Box for Android, the other mega-cloud storage option, received a sizable update this morning that introduces all sorts of new features and improvements. In terms of cloud storage apps, you essentially have Drive, Dropbox, and Box, in my opinion. Those are the top three, but with this update, Box continues to show that it’s going to continue to play ball. (more…)
Here we are again, letting you all know about a sweet deal from Box, who is giving away 50GB of free cloud storage. It’s only for new users, so go sign up with a new email and you are good to go. Even if you don’t think you need it, just do it anyways. Never a bad idea to have a ton of cloud storage with your name on it.
Once signed up, you can grab the Android app here.
Cheers Nick S!
Need some more cloud storage? How about 25GB, for free? Box, a leader in cloud storage among Dropbox and other top names, is hosting a special promo for all new sign-ups. To take advantage of this deal, all you need is an email address and Internet access. For anyone hoping to upgrade their account, you’re out of luck. Only new accounts are supported.
And once you have your account set up, go grab the Android app here.
Sign up here.
Cheers Scott and Nick S!
If you have your hands on a Nexus 4 already we have something that will make your day a bit better. Last year, way back in November, LG and Box got together for a nice little storage promotion. Every LG phone that installed Box before December 31, 2012 gets 50GB of storage for free.
While it may be a Google Nexus, LG definitely manufactured the phone which means you’re eligible for that free storage. Now it’s in Google’s hands to try and get all the back orders filled before the end of the year so people can claim their free storage.
Any Nexus 4 owners planning on using this promotion for their cloud storage needs?
I love Box. The app. Mind out of the gutter, people, I’m talking about the cloud storage app, which was just updated for Android. In version 2.0, users can preview items from within the app, so you no longer have to exit to a 3rd party application to see what you are working with. This new version supports 75 different file types of previews including Word docs, PowerPoint presentations, Photoshop files, and PDFs.
Along with new previews, the Box team tossed in offline folders, so that as you venture into the desert looking for Thunderdome, you’ll have access to all of your files. There is a transfer manager to help keep track of file transfers as well, plus the ability to click on Box links in an email or webpage and load up the Box app, rather than the browser.
It’s a solid update to one of our favorite cloud storage services.