Dropbox has joined the bloatware ranks of McAfee Antivirus, Sprint’s Mobile TV app, and Real Player by getting preinstalled on Sony Ericsson phones in ten countries, including the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Australia, and Italy.
I’ve come to rely on Dropbox as much as (well, probably more than) your typical digital worker with multiple devices, but bloatware is still bloatware.
compared with the other ‘bloat’ apps I feel dropbox is probably the most useful (for business)
DropPhox sends your photos to the Cloud (Dropbox) as soon as you snap your camera’s shutter. (via DropPhox - Snap and send to Dropbox for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPod touch (4th generation) on the iTunes App Store)
Good news, thumb warriors! Blackberry is now joining the company of iPhone, iPad, and Android in Dropbox’s family of mobile apps, continuing our magical quest to allow access to all your files from anywhere.
We also recently updated all our other apps too! Our iPhone/iPad app got a new home screen, HD support, caching and more! Our Android app now has enhanced photo galleries, multi-upload photo, and it looks snazzier too! (via The Dropbox Blog » Blog Archive » Dropbox + Blackberry =)
If you don’t have a Dropbox account, you should! Sign up here.