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Get Spotdox For Life: The Perfect Dropbox Companion [Deals]


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Have you ever wanted to copy and send files to and from your Mac at any time…and from any device? Cult of Mac Deals has got you covered – thanks to Spotdox.

With Spotdox, you can access any file on your Mac from anywhere. Spotdox is an add on for Dropbox that gives you remote access to all of your files, any time, from any device so you’ll never get stuck without that important file or folder again. And Cult of Mac Deals is offering Spotdox for life for only $19 – a savings of 66% – during this limited time offer.

A perfect Dropbox companion, you can now save space in your Dropbox account by using your phone or a browser to move stuff off Dropbox and onto your Mac desktop. Alternatively, you can remotely upload a file from your desktop to Dropbox so you can access it on your phone or another computer. In those situations where you need a crucial file, Spotdox is a true lifesaver.

Highlights of Spotdox include:

  • Access your Mac from any location or platform
  • Send files without using data
  • iOS app (coming soon)

As long as your Mac is running, you’ll be able to access every file it contains. Simply browse your Spotdox account from a web browser and it will use Spotlight on your Mac to find the file, and then copy it into your Dropbox. While Dropbox only gives you access to your files within your Dropbox folder – with Spotdox you can browse, copy, and send any file or folder on your computer to anyone, anywhere.

This offer won’t be around for long – unlike your access to Spotdox when you grab this deal. So don’t delay – get Spotdox for life for only $19 today from Cult of Mac Deals.


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