Ever since I prodded Matthias (of emacberry) to successfully add Dropbox support to FileScout, there seems to be a growth of interest with using Dropbox with a BlackBerry. So, here's a list of applications with Dropbox feature: Dropbox native BlackBerry app https://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php...198&replies=11
...NOTE: Browsing and manipulation of Dropbox account filesystem, as well as limited upload/download features. Does not download arbitrary upload/download of files not already associated to a BlackBerry app. FileScout 2.5 or newer Homepage of FileScout
...type goo.gl/4beh2 into your BlackBerry browser for easier download.
...NOTE: With paid version you can download/upload ANY
file to/from your BlackBerry memory/SD card! Documents-To-Go https://www.dropbox.com/apps/64/documents-to-go
...NOTE: Premium paid version appears to be needed to gain Dropbox integration. It allows you to edit Office files on your Dropbox account! SafeWallet Homepage of SafeWallet
...NOTE: Password wallet, that also backs up an encrypted backup to dropbox! So your passwords are safe even if you lose your BlackBerry.
NOTE -- Don't know what Dropbox is?
-- for those who don't know what Dropbox
is -- it's online space that has gotten rave reviews by lots of people (google the reviews). It provides 2 gigabytes of free online space that can connect from PC and Mac's, as well as BlackBerries and iDevices too! Get a free Dropbox account
-- this referral link gives you 250MB extra free space too for 2.25GB instead of 2GB). Good for online backup and/or optionally sharing files, as well as synchronization between your home computers -- it also even has LAN sync when the machines are connected locally so you can keep a copy of the same folder tree on all your PC/Mac/laptops, and take your desktop's work with you on your laptop, very super-conveniently without needing to manually copy files back and fourth... And before you come home, your edits on laptop is already back on your desktop...