1. Legellan's Avatar
    I keep seeing requests to get a native Dropbox client for the PB. I'm using BlueBox which works well. Is the native Dropbox client that much better?

    Is it worth meeting sideloading the Android Version or do both clients basically do the same thing?
    03-03-12 11:43 PM
  2. SCrid2000's Avatar
    There's no native official client. I just use bluebox personally.
    Last edited by SCrid2000; 03-04-12 at 12:23 AM.
    03-04-12 12:11 AM
  3. TheUnknownUser's Avatar
    There's no native client. I just use bluebox personally.
    i think by native client he meant an official dropbox made app
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    03-04-12 12:21 AM
  4. FSeverino's Avatar
    you can sideload the android one if you want... thats what i use
    03-04-12 12:38 AM
  5. BBMak's Avatar
    Is the android one better? I think that's what the OP meant.
    03-04-12 02:03 AM
  6. mossfoot's Avatar
    Only reason I would use it is because I have .rtf files on my Dropbox and Docs to Go won't edit those, so I need to use Bluebox so it will open the .rtf files in QuickOffice.
    03-04-12 02:57 AM
  7. DD1968's Avatar
    I prefer the android Dropbox app. The main reason is links for sharing are easily copied to the clipboard for pasting elsewhere... Couldn't see a way to do this in Bluebox
    03-04-12 03:31 AM
  8. emtunc's Avatar
    I like the Android Dropbox better because you can open pictures within the actual app - with BlueBox you need to download the picture *then* open it which is a bit annoying for me.

    It is worth trying out to see which suits you.
    03-04-12 05:27 AM