Wednesday, January 16, 2013
TextDrop is a browser-based text editor for Dropbox. It was recently reviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education which praises its similarities to nValt. Its conclusion: "At $10, TextDrop was a steal. At nearly $30, it still offers good value for money, especially for people who write on locked-down computers." I am not sure this is true, especially since there is a free application, called send to dropox that allows you to send attachments to Dropbox. I believe TextDrop occupies such a small niche and costs so much that it will not survive for long. As always, I could be wrong.