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Dropbox made it easy to sync your files across different computers and easily access the most up-to-date version of any file from any Dropbox-connected computer. You simply keep a Dropbox folder on all the linked computers you want to access your files from. However, sometimes you might need a file from your computer that is not in your Dropbox folder. And when that happens, you are out of luck and have to wait till you get to your computer. If that’s your case, check out Spotdox.

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It is an add on for Dropbox that gives you access to all your files, not just those in your Dropbox folder. You can set it up in 2 easy steps. First, download and install the Spotdox OS X application. Then, visit the Spotdox website and link your Dropbox account to Spotdox.

Then, whenever you need to access some file from your desktop go to Spotdox.com, browse and search for your file. Once you have found your file, simply transfer it from the website to your Dropbox account with a click of a button. Transferred files can then be accessed from your Dropbox folder like any other shared file.

Spotdox is currently free for the first 10,000 users. So you have to hurry to get the app before they run out of free accounts.

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Features:

  • For Mac OS X only.
  • Dropbox account required.
  • Lets you copy files from your Dropbox connected computer to your Dropbox folder.
  • Uses Spotlight to search for your files.
  • Access from anywhere – web, iOS, Android, Blackberry.
  • Free for the first 10,000 users.
  • Similar tools – VNC Viewer, HomePipe.

Check out Spotdox @ www.spotdox.com

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  1. Tom Andersen
    June 3, 2013 at 6:55 pm

    We are the developers of Spotdox. I would also like to add that you can use Spotdox to off load files and folders from your Dropbox to your Mac. This is useful while away from your computer, when you need to make some space in your Dropbox.

    --Tom Andersen