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I just grabbed a free 50 gb Box account. I might use it, I might not. The app is seamless on my Maxx. I checked the encryption and it seems OK although I won't store my taxes out there :)

Would make a good place for more music, pis and short videos. Add that to my Dropbox and second 16gb sd and I am floating in space that I will never use. Its a feel good thang. LOL
 
50GB free? Wow!
But Box appears to have a 100MB filesize limit for the free accounts :(

Minus looks similar, without the latter limitation.

So now I can have 100GB for free in the Cloud? :)

So when is DropBox going to up their limit for free accounts to 50GB too? :^)

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50GB free? Wow!
But Box appears to have a 100MB filesize limit for the free accounts :(

Minus looks similar, without the latter limitation.

So now I can have 100GB for free in the Cloud? :)

So when is DropBox going to up their limit for free accounts to 50GB too? :^)

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Yeah, Box does have its limits. I also agree that Dropbox is a bit disappointing with the free account space. I can work around it. Its a lot of space. :)

I will check out Minus too. Thanks
 
Do I recall correctly that the free 50GB Box storage imposes a relatively small ceiling on the size of individual files? Sorry, can't recall the details but I remember looking at the offer and concluding it would not work for large files.
 
Do I recall correctly that the free 50GB Box storage imposes a relatively small ceiling on the size of individual files? Sorry, can't recall the details but I remember looking at the offer and concluding it would not work for large files.

For this 50gb promotion I believe the max file size is 100mb
 
I just discovered Google Cloud Print, has anyone else tried it?

Even if your printer is hardwired like mine, you can print to your printer from your phone from anywhere as long as the printer is on. It will detect your printer and you can print pictures, emails, QuickOffice documents, even photos from Facebook.

It works like a charm, I love it, and I recommend it. :p
 
I haven't tried it yet but plan to setup mine that way in the near future. I have a fairly new HP that is wireless...so it should be easy to setup and use.
 
Redsnk95 said:
I haven't tried it yet but plan to setup mine that way in the near future. I have a fairly new HP that is wireless...so it should be easy to setup and use.

My printer is 7 years old and its hard wired but it still works like a charm
 
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