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Using my site's app search by permission to check for voice recorders having the GET_ACCOUNTS permission required to figure your Dropbox account (but could also be used for other cloud services), I could find 7 possible candidates I've checked a little closer: According to its description, Voice Recorder - Dictaphone fits your needs: Manual and ...


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I've used Dropbox Uploader (code, written in shell script, GNU GPL v3), and is CLI. To list all contents in the top-level directory: $ ./dropbox_uploader.sh list To list all contents in a specific folder: $ ./dropbox_uploader.sh list Documents/manuals To upload a local file to a remote Dropbox folder: $ ./dropbox_uploader.sh upload snort.pdf Documents/...


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There is a IFTTT Recipe for this. You can pre-select a folder that whenever a file is a New file in that folder, It uploads it to dropbox. here is the recipe Drobox automator also lets you do the same thing by adding a pre-select folder to sync with Dropbox. So you can add the folder where your voice recordings are getting stored be it on the SD Card or ...


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The best and only solution I have found so far is Dropbox Uploader (code, written in shell script, GNU GPL v3), but it is not natively for Windows (needs Cygwin) and is CLI: To list all contents in the top-level directory: $ ./dropbox_uploader.sh list To list all contents in a specific folder: $ ./dropbox_uploader.sh list Documents/manuals To upload a ...


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I use Google Drive to share pics between my PC, iPad, and Android phone. Odds are it would work just fine with an iPhone and Android tablet too. It comes with 15 GB of free storage, and it's extremely simple to use. Adding Photos On Windows, it acts just like a normal directory, complete with subdirectories and all. Anything added to it is automatically ...


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As for DropBox, try run Dropbox from scheduler as described in DropBox forum, it sync files locally. And then sync FTPBox or other way to desired location. UPD: rclone can be used to sync dropbox and many other cloud storages from command line.


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I don't have 50+ reputation points; otherwise, I would ask for some clarification in a comment. Also, I need more than 10 reputation points to post more than two links. By the title, I got the impression that you were looking for FTP server software but, reading the description, it sounds like you are all set on the server end, though I might suggest ...


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You can use Nextcloud for this. There are providers offering a few GB for free, like the Germany-based Webo or Swiss-based Wölkli, both offering 3GB storage in their free plans. Nextcloud file storage can be mounted locally using WebDAV, which is easily done on a Linux machine, no additional software needed, only a single line added to /etc/fstab: https://&...


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A couple of possibilities that might get you started: The built in git GUI, in your portable apps console change directory to an existing git repository, (checked out with git clone or created with git init), and simply type git gui to get a rather basic but usable git GUI. Check for a portable IDE that supports your language and has a git client plug-in or ...


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Google Drive Google Drive can be used without installing any software on your local computer. Use most any modern web browser. Drag-and-drop files from your local file system into the Google Drive browser window to initiate an upload. No linkage or syncing, so you may delete the original files from your local storage after upload completes.


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I'm answering my own question since no one has answered it. Check out odrive - Sync all cloud storage in one place. Features Available on Windows, Mac & Linux. Supports Dropbox, Google Drive, Onedrive, iCloud & many more Sync multiple account - Consolidate multiple accounts from the same service. Sync your personal, work, and project accounts to ...


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As Simba said, it is fundamentally impossible1 to have a CMS (which is, by definition, server-side) without some kind of server-side programming, be it PHP or any other technology. However, you may want to look into a static site generator like Jekyll or Hugo. Unlike a CMS, which dynamically loads content from a server-side database1, you edit the web site ...


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You can do this with the native app, at least you can on the GS5... Just tap the hamburger icon (the three bars) ! to get to your list of recordings and tap and hold the recording you want to upload. You will get the "Share" icon, (the three interconnected dots,) ! The trash icon and the more options ellipses. Tap the Share and a list of options will appear. ...


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Try VoiceDrop for Android. Specifically designed for uploading audio voice notes, memos and meetings to DropBox. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.inniwinni.voicedrop&hl=en


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Check out File Apartment, http://www.fileapartment.com , they provide on-site licensing/install thats the same as their cloud.


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vlc media player now supports it:


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I've finally found a better solution since the time of my first answer. TiddlyWiki. Here is how it fits your requirements: It runs on all popular browsers (example: Firefox and Chrome, ...), which have portable versions available. So that makes TiddlyWiki also portable. It also has a portable and open source desktop app TiddlyDesktop for Windows and Linux. ...


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I had basically the same issue that I solved using an assortment of software with Google Drive as the cloud service: For the work computer (Windows OS), use SyncDocs. It is a tool that syncs your documents with Google Drive. Its most important features are: It can be installed without administrator privileges It also has a portable version for USB drives ...


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The extension is called Download to Dropbox, but sometimes you have to open the image in new tab before you right click -> Upload to Dropbox, or it will save what looks like the page source. It seems to also work with other types of files, including PDF.


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Taking a look, it doesn't seem like there's an extension that does exactly what you ask. There is an extension that is close however; Save As PDF. It will save a webpage as a PDF, and it's quite nice on its implementation. There is a paid version that features password locking, page sizes, etc (it's 9.99 a year if those interest you). One workaround using ...


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Boxifier can sync folders to Dropbox without moving them from their location. It works with folders on local drives, USB/external drives and network shares. It has a GUI and very nice explorer integration. You just right click a folder in order to sync it. That's it.


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