In a world of forward thinking applications, social networks, SMS and loads of instant chat options, we're spoiled for choice when it comes to instantly getting information. It's all about easy accessibility and real-time, and it's no different when it comes to file transferring and sharing. There are several file sharing options out there, but there is always room for improvement and Droplr is a file sharing service that offers a very user-friendly experience. By accessing the Droplr API, developers also have the opportunity to integrate its functionality with other applications.
In a bold move that takes the company beyond its traditional file syncing roots, DropBox launched Datastore, an API that manages structured data, such as bookmarks, contacts, to do-list items, and game states. Dropbox made the announcement at its first DBX developer conference on Tuesday.