OfficeDrop - DropBox on Steroids

If you’re getting frustrated with the lack of features in your cloud storage service, check out OfficeDrop. Described as a complete document storage solution, you get full cloud search, right click folders to

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sync (instead of moving or copying them to a separate location), direct scanning with OCR (Optical Character Recognition/converts to searchable text), document email uploads and advanced sharing options are some of the features OfficeDrop includes.

Like the other services, there’s a free version. It includes 2 GB of storage but puts some limits on some of the features. There’s a search result limit of the top 3 results only, 50 pages of OCR scanning and a file size limit of 1 GB. The Personal plan, at $9.95 per month, gives you unlimited search, 20GB of space, a 2GB file size limit plus 1000 OCR pages. There’s also a home plan ($24.95/month) with more of everything and multi-user plans that start at $44.95/month.

The software works on Windows or Mac and there are apps for Android and iPhone/iPad. And, OfficeDrop integrates with GoogleApps, Evernote and several other services like FreshBooks.

Some of the reviews note that the camera in OfficeDrop produces fuzzy images in the Android app version but the developers are on it. Other than that, it gets good grades for interface and functionality.