updated 12:53 pm EDT, Wed June 25, 2014
Dropbox for iOS update includes camera-connectivity, accessibility improvements
Dropbox has released an update for its iOS app, adding new camera connectivity. Dropbox is a cloud storage provider, allowing users to access and share their photos, documents and videos from anywhere. The release of v3.2.0 includes the setup for Dropbox on one's computer using an iOS camera, by scanning a QR code from the computer's web browser.
Other additions to the DropBox for iOS include now being able to reorder one's Favorites list by touching and holding, and recent locations now remembered when importing files. Accessibility features have been improved, and the app now supports Danish, Dutch, Swedish and Thai. The app is free to download through iTunes.
TopXNotes 1.8 released, features rewritten NoteSync process
Tropical Software has announced the release of TopXNotes v1.8, an encrypted note manager for OS X. Users of TopXNotes can import all notes into the software, creating a centralized organizational space, with the option to password-protect and encrypt sensitive information. Notes can be dragged and dropped from any other text application, and multi-view editing and viewing facilitates simplified note comparison. TopXNotes v1.8 keeps notes synchronized between TopXNotes for Mac and TopXNotes iOS devices. Its Wi-Fi based NoteSync process has also been improved. Priced at $40, TopXNotes for OS X can be purchased through the App Store.