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Dropbox + Google Docs, in the Works?

Written on January 18, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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For years, people have thought that Dropbox and Google Docs are two good services that would work great together. Now, it looks like Dropbox may be giving us this functionality.

For years, people have thought that Google Docs and Dropbox are two good services that will work great together. Dropbox is a popular cloud service that enables you to store, sync, and share files over the Internet. Google Docs, on the other hand, lets you create and edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations on the Internet. And it seems that Dropbox will be giving the kind of functionality that its every users are looking for.

During the first annual Dropbox Hack Week, a developer was able to set up a way to sync Google files and Dropbox. Though there are no words on when this feature will show up, it seems that users will get it sooner or later. Many of the breakthroughs made during the Dropbox Hack Week will probably make their way soon.

What other services would you like Dropbox to integrate? Share your answers by leaving a comment.

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