Box Stories September 7, 2016

Box will soon be a Google Docs storage option for enterprise, searchable via Springboard

Box, a large cloud-based file storage solution oft-used in enterprise applications, is partnering with Google to bring better Docs, Sheets, and Slides integration to customers who use both services. This agreement was announced today at the company’s annual enterprise conference, BoxWorks (via TechCrunch), by Box’s CEO Aaron Levie and Google’s SVP of Google’s cloud offerings Diane Greene…

Box Stories October 2, 2015

Earlier this month, we exclusively detailed Google’s intention on introducing a 2nd generation Chromecast (and Chromecast Audio), and earlier this week, the Mountain View company made them official. We of course grabbed both the new Chromecast and the Chromecast Audio, and below you’ll find our quick unboxing video of the former… expand full story

Box Stories May 20, 2014

Cloud storage provider Box announced an update for its Android app today that introduces a trove of new tweaks and features. Users of version 3.0 will be greeted by a simplified menu and an overhauled previewer that can handle over 100 file types without flinching. This means that PowerPoint presentation will load directly from within the cloud for fast access on your Android device. This spiffed up previewer also displays page thumbnails and lets you search text in any document. While Box’s new apps isn’t exactly a Drive killer, it may come in handy as a back-up plan if you often find yourself working with funky file types.

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Box Stories August 13, 2013

Box for Android update brings new updates feed, real-time updates to offline files and account switching

Popular storage service Box has updated their Android application to bring a slew of new user-requested features, including:

  • A new hamburger navigation drawer
  • Newly designed updates feed with document previews
  • Real-time notifications of updates to offline files
  • In-app account switching, for those with multiple Box accounts

The company posted a video to their YouTube account that demonstrates all of the features in version 2.2:

Box Stories June 22, 2011

Box has added today the ability to create and edit Google Docs inside of their service. The popular cloud storage solution favored by six million people would previously require folks to create documents at the Google Docs website or using a desktop program before uploading them to the Box cloud. Being Google Docs, other users can also collaborate with you right inside the Box service. Once done,  you can share files with your other computers and those you are working with. Check out these new features in a short clip after the break. expand full story

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