Tap Forms – Organizer Database App for Mac, iPhone, and iPad › Forums › Using Tap Forms › Dropbox Root Directory
the Tapform-Folder is in the Dropbox Root Directory. Now I updated to the newest iSilo Version and this app use the Dropbox:
I do not like that every iPhone App makes his own directory in the Dropbox Root. Why not /Apps/Tap Forms
Perhaps even as a choice.
This happens automatically by Dropbox. It’s not something app developers are doing explicitly.
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