Top Chrome Extensions for Box Cloud Storage Users

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Today on SocialPositives.com, we are listing some of the best Chrome extensions for Box cloud storage users. You know Box is a popular cloud storage service that helps you to save files, images, videos, documents in the cloud.

Box cloud content management and file sharing service are mainly used by companies as the service is used by large companies.  Dropbox is one of the close-competitor to Box.

Basic users prefer Dropbox offer Box but I choose Box over Dropbox because it is one of the popular cloud storage services that offer a clean 10 GB of space for absolutely free. Both services offer similar features so Box is better at least for me.

If you are a Box users, try these Chrome extensions that could help you to improve your productivity. Here we go.

Box for Chrome OS Beta

Box for Chrome OS Beta is a light weight Chrome extension that gives you Box experience natively on your Chromebook. Bypass the browser and immediately access your Box files from the Chrome OS File Manager.

Boxcryptor

Boxcryptor is the encryption solution optimized for the cloud which allows you to use all popular cloud storage providers such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and Box. With Boxcryptor you can easily encrypt files locally in your browser before uploading them to your cloud.

Sync Google Drive

With Sync Google Drive extension, you can sync, backup and integrate anything from your Dropbox, Salesforce, SharePoint, Google Gmail, Evernote, Box, OneDrive, Egnyte, or Basecamp account with Google Drive.

Cloud Attach for Gmail

Cloud Attach for Gmail allows you to email any files or folders of any size with complete ease straight from your Gmail account by attaching them directly from your various Cloud accounts like Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Evernote and more.


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