Cloudpipes for Dropbox

Cloudpipes for Dropbox


Cloudpipes is a versatile Dropbox automation tool.

Cloudpipes has a
- powerful Dropbox file manager
- powerful scheduler

What it can do
It can be used for file organisation, backup or automate file transfers. You can send or receive files from the cloud seamlessly whenever you want.

You can manage your media by scheduling an upload of your Camera folder, or downloading your mp3 playlist every morning.

Also, contains a powerful Dropbox browser that can upload/download whole folders at once!

How it works
You create pipes that link a remote dropbox folder to a folder on your device. From here you can upload or download files at a given time. You can schedule the transfers when you want.

Features
- Custom pipes! Direct your files to where you want to!
- Scheduler
- File filter (filter which files to transfer)
- Power aware (transfer on WiFi or on charge)
- Bandwidth aware (does revision checking on files)
- Runs in background without consuming extra processing
- Notifications
- Integration
- Dropbox browser with Folder upload/download capabilities
- Starts on boot

Usage suggestions
http://cloudpipes.wordpress.com/usage-suggestions/

Limitations
The Dropbox API limits the maximum file upload size to 150 MB.

Support the developer by buying the eXTenDeD version of Cloudpipes.

Please report issues to [email protected] so that the app can be improved.

Disclaimer
Please be aware that the developer takes no responsibility for loss of data or any other implications.

Recent changes:
Ver 1.6.0 (03/12/2013)
Fixed issues with OneWaySync, in location of files and deletion of files
Fixed uninitialized map error

Ver 1.5.8 (03/08/2013)
Sanitizes pipe data

Ver 1.5.7 (02/08/2013)
Fixes for Android 4.3

Ver 1.5.4 (21/07/2013)
- Added new Wizard info screen
- Added support for Tasker plugin (coming soon)
- Some minor improvements
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4.1
User ratings
241
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
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File size
1805 kb
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About Cloudpipes for Dropbox
Cloudpipes is a versatile Dropbox automation tool.

Cloudpipes has a
- powerful Dropbox file manager
- powerful scheduler

What it can do
It can be used for file organisation, backup or automate file transfers. You can send or receive files from the cloud seamlessly whenever you want.

You can manage your media by scheduling an upload of your Camera folder, or downloading your mp3 playlist every morning.

Also, contains a powerful Dropbox browser that can upload/download whole folders at once!

How it works
You create pipes that link a remote dropbox folder to a folder on your device. From here you can upload or download files at a given time. You can schedule the transfers when you want.

Features
- Custom pipes! Direct your files to where you want to!
- Scheduler
- File filter (filter which files to transfer)
- Power aware (transfer on WiFi or on charge)
- Bandwidth aware (does revision checking on files)
- Runs in background without consuming extra processing
- Notifications
- Integration
- Dropbox browser with Folder upload/download capabilities
- Starts on boot

Usage suggestions
http://cloudpipes.wordpress.com/usage-suggestions/

Limitations
The Dropbox API limits the maximum file upload size to 150 MB.

Support the developer by buying the eXTenDeD version of Cloudpipes.

Please report issues to [email protected] so that the app can be improved.

Disclaimer
Please be aware that the developer takes no responsibility for loss of data or any other implications.

Recent changes:
Ver 1.6.0 (03/12/2013)
Fixed issues with OneWaySync, in location of files and deletion of files
Fixed uninitialized map error

Ver 1.5.8 (03/08/2013)
Sanitizes pipe data

Ver 1.5.7 (02/08/2013)
Fixes for Android 4.3

Ver 1.5.4 (21/07/2013)
- Added new Wizard info screen
- Added support for Tasker plugin (coming soon)
- Some minor improvements

User reviews of Cloudpipes for Dropbox
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 19, 2014
Very useful... ...does exactly what I need (i.e. keeps my devices synchronised with what I have in Dropbox). It would be nice if somewhere you could see the day and time it last ran successfully.
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Very useful I've been using it to sync audio book files and to create sync-like abilities for apps that lack them. Love that it has a Tasker plugin. Only problem: when I try to do an upload pipe from a file in my (rooted) device's root directory, I can't browse subdirectories.
A Google User
Aug 4, 2014
Good, but LOTS OF UI BUGS Firstly Positives: One way sync works flawlessly, it uploads perfectly. I use it with Tasker by monitoring folder changes, when file is added/deleted, it executes the Pipe. Negatives: I keep getting some java null pointer error and asks me to continue. I press continue and it goes away, but keeps coming up each time I start the app. I need more settings for notifications. Currently, it shows notification while uploading, but once its complete, it keeps a notification saying it has completed. I prefer a notification ONLY WHILE uploading, then it should clear. Show notification only if there was a failure. Highly recommended. Good job developer, it has high potential. Much better than DropSync.
A Google User
Jun 13, 2014
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A Google User
May 14, 2014
Max pipes is four Max amount of "pipes" is four! Be warned