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Dropbox announces automatic image uploading from your Mac or Windows computer

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It was back in February when Dropbox rolled out the automatic image uploading for Android devices, and well, it looks like they have since returned with similar support on the desktop. Yup, Dropbox has announced automatic image uploading for those using a Mac or Windows computer. According to the details coming from Dropbox;

“With the newest version for Mac or Windows, you can just plug your camera, phone, or SD card into your computer and with a few clicks of the mouse all your photos and videos are in your Dropbox!”

The images are uploaded to a private Camera Uploads folder. The uploaded images will retain their original size and original quality and from the private folder can then be moved to other folders or shared out as you wish. Otherwise, as one would hope, the uploaded images are broken down in the Camera Uploads folder. The images are grouped by month and will offer a specific upload date when hovered over.

And lastly, Dropbox is giving users 500MB of additional space when you upload your first batch of images using automatic upload. Then from that point, you can earn up to an additional 3GB of space for continuing to use the automatic upload functionality.

Via [Dropbox Blog]

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