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Dropbox offers a nifty alternative to Google Docs

Dropbox offers a nifty alternative to Google Docs
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We've told you about Dropbox, and maybe you've used it to download hundreds or thousands of photographs. It's a great cloud storage resource, so you can free up space on your devices and access your files and photos from any device, from anywhere.

You can securely save up to 2GB of photos, videos and files. Or with Pro, you can save up to 1TB of documents and photos.

You can also use Dropbox to create presentations, and share those presentations with other users. Once you give them access to your files, they can see them, and automatically get the newest version after you've made edits.

Now, Dropbox is adding a collaborative feature called Paper that's geared toward teams working together at the office, or school. It just launched a beta test, and you can be part of it.

Next page: Share and edit each other's work
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