Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
The Daily App Report : Dropbox
Dropbox is a great application for storage and transportation of your data securely and easily.
The app lets you move pictures, files and videos anywhere and share them quickly and efficiently The files are accessible from any device whether it be an iPhone, iPad or Macbook and one of the great things about dropbox is, that when you sign up, you receive 2GB of space completely free!
When you save photos and videos to dropbox, you can actually earn more free space, up to an extra 3GB of free space to be precise and you can share a link to some of your biggest files, meaning no more attachments!
Should something happen to your device the all your files are safe in the app, you wont loose anything and its a great feeling knowing that your files and hard work wont be lost in a crash or sudden bug.
You can store all your files in separate folders and access them in a list or a very cool grid on your device with the ability to post to Facebook twitter, send a text message or e-mail them to friends, family or the entire world.
Dropbox is available in 7 different languages including English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish and is currently compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
The app requires iOS 5 or later and the application is optimized for the iPhone 5 and the iPad Mini. Currently with over 7000+ ratings of 4+ or better on the app store, this is a really great storage app for all your needs.
Still not convinced? Check out our review of the app on the above YouTube video as we give it a thorough going over on the iPad Mini!
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Thanks for reading and stay tuned tomorrow as we take a look at the Spice Bandits Application for iPad and iPhone