Dropbox may be renowned for its outstanding cloud storage service, but it could well gain fame for its latest product, Paper.
Unoriginal as the name may sound, it is but a subtle hint at the very service it will rival, Google “Docs”. Get it?
But first here is a little flashback. Remember Project Composer? We reported about the service way back in April this year, when the product was initially released in a private beta, which was then called Dropbox Notes. Apparently it was just a codename, (or something which didn’t sound cool), has now been renamed as Paper.
Interestingly, the product page, still bears the name Notes, in the URL. Now [...]
A few weeks ago, we reported that Dropbox is testing a new Note taking service called Project Composer.
The service was not available for public though, and all we got was a look at some screenshots.
A quick recap of Composer: It is a collaborative note taking service like Hackpad, which was acquired by Dropbox last year. Composer is probably based on it.
It is also worth noting (see what I did there?), that though Project Composer was available on ProjectHunt, but was hosted on Dropbox’s servers. You can verify this by logging in to your account at Dropbox.com and clicking on Settings > Security. Composer’s description says “This is [...]