Box One Cloud

Box has updated their Android app, and while that's always worth knowing, this time the reason why they did it is the news. Box has announced that their OneCloud service is now ready for public consumption, and available to Android users. The premise is simple -- OneCloud is an easy way to use integrated applications to download, edit, and upload documents and files to your Box storage. There's fifty of those integrated applications, including popular apps like Dolphin and FetchNotes. As with any new service, we'll have to try it before we give out final impressions, but on the surface this looks to be great.

To help keep it great and make it even better, Box has introduced a OneCloud SDK for Android app developers, and will be on-hand at Google I/O to answer questions and get everyone on the same page, This looks to be an interesting take on cloud storage, and we're going to have a close look at it. 

Source: Box 

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There are 3 comments

DWR_31 says:

Hopefully this will help my 50 Gig Box account.

spm says:

they need to add auto uploads from camera (a ala dropbox) or specified folder. that would be the bees knees.

onsoku says:

Lame ass update...when are they going fix the app to allow streaming of video? Pogoplug does this great! Auto uploading like dropbox or pogoplug would be nice too.