1. Gekko's Avatar
    fyi - this is a great app that offers some missing functionality of the current Dropbox App -

    Folder Downloader for Dropbox lets you download entire folders from your Dropbox account to your Android device.

    Folder Downloader for Dropbox
    Dario Solera - August 16, 2013

    12-12-2013 11:30 AM
  2. paintdrinkingpete's Avatar
    Thanks for the tip!

    What I've always wanted was a fully synced folder, i.e. one that kinda works like the DB desktop app. Any files I add to that DB folder automatically get downloaded to my phone, and any files I add to that folder from my phone get uploaded to DB automatically.

    The only real difference is that the desktop app syncs your entire DB library, whereas I envision this would only sync a single folder within DB.

    I don't know...maybe there are apps that do that already? Too often I'll put a file on DB to access on my phone later, but then when I need it, I have no data signal and can't get to it, or I'll have to wait for it to download...if the file had already downloaded in the background to my device, then I could just access the file quickly any time I need to.

    EDIT: Duh... of course it already exists. Now I have 2 new DB tools to try out...
    12-12-2013 11:49 AM

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