Dropbox

Dropbox

By Dropbox

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2009-09-29
  • Current Version: 142.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 279.24 MB
  • Developer: Dropbox
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
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Description

Dropbox is a creative collaboration space designed to reduce busywork, bring your files together in one central place, and safely sync them across all your devices—so you can access them anytime, anywhere. And sending large files is easy, even to people who don’t have a Dropbox account. Features like the doc scanner, shared folders, offline access, and more make collaborating with others simple. Features: • Work on files with others through shared folders • Use the doc scanner to turn receipts, whiteboards, and notes into PDFs • Comment on files to share feedback with your team • Sync, share, and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files We'd love to hear from you! Join the Dropbox community: www.dropboxforum.com We offer a free 30-day trial and in-app purchases for Dropbox Plus. Existing Dropbox Plus customers can also upgrade to Dropbox Professional. Dropbox Plus customers have 1TB of storage and Dropbox Professional users have 2TB. The amount will be charged to your iTunes account and will vary by plan and country. You’ll see the total price before completing payment. Dropbox subscriptions purchased in-app renew monthly or yearly depending on your plan. Plan pricing may vary by country. To avoid renewal, you must turn off auto-renew at least 24 hours before your subscription ends. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Dropbox also offers one-month trials for monthly subscriptions. Terms of Service: https://www.dropbox.com/pricing_terms Privacy Policy: https://www.dropbox.com/privacy

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Reviews

  • Lacks so many features

    1
    By SxySam3
    Been a user of dropbox for so long...i can confidently say google drive beats it in every aspect. Many of the services that dropbox requires a subscription for... google drive has them for free. Its also far more accessible as google drive is connected to way more services. One of the most annoying things about dropbox is that you cannot print from the app. For software that touts itself as being “for the workplace” this is incredibly unintuitable. All in all, just make more google accounts for drive. You’re wasting your time with this app.
  • New policy makes it useless

    1
    By olive70
    Dropbox recently limited the number of device allowed on the free accounts to 3. 👎🏻 I’m using the service since 2008 and promoted it to many friends and colleagues. Now as a thank you Dropbox reduces to 3 the amount of computers we can connect which makes it useless for most of us. I’ll simply use the 1TB storage which comes free with my office 365 subscription. GoodBye Dropbox.
  • Classic Bait and Switch

    1
    By Fleksy fan
    Dropbox has suddenly made premium features that have been free for years. Namely, the large number of synced devices and the availability to download files offline. These are basic features that have been free, and are free on literally every other cloud service. By asking people to pay you are making it clear that the company is struggling financially, or has a poor marketing team. The cloud storage industry is huge and Dropbox is a tiny speck in comparison. Take your data elsewhere. Google, Apple, Microsoft, Box, Mega. There are countless others. Don’t waste your time or money on a company that is so obviously grasping for any cash they can get.
  • Highly upset

    1
    By vary upset customer
    Did not state when downloading that it would secretly charge my bank card for subscription !!
  • The best of its kind.

    5
    By wyoem
    Dropbox is bar far and way the best cloud storage of its kind. It works everywhere on every device. Its platform neutral as compared with iCloud, google drive, or one box to name a few. It’s strength is its ability to integrate. In a decade of use it has been the most reliable of any products that sync across all my devices.
  • 3 device limit has made Dropbox all but useless

    1
    By DewVinci
    $120/year to have more than 3 devices? I don’t know why anyone would pay that for storage alone when OneDrive and Google Drive offer so much more for the same price or lower.
  • Conveniently arranged files, but takes hours to upload simple video files

    2
    By Michael Kinzer
    Needs help on upload video speeds. All the troubleshooting points to setting features that are unavailable in both mobile and desktop interface.
  • Pretty Outstanding…

    4
    By Steven Zyler
    ...especially as a PDF reader. An alphabetical index selector on the right side of the Files tab screen, rather than just the scroll bar, would be a very handy improvement, especially with hundreds of files in a given folder.
  • Dropbox changed and now I can’t use it on iPhone.

    1
    By ADS-suck1977
    I don’t appreciate all of a sudden being told Dropbox can only support 3 devices, and hitting me up for money to do what I’ve been able to for free for a year. No worries though, I’ve got a Google Drive account and I like it better anyway. Just uninstalled the Dropbox app.
  • Why disturb me with a notification?

    1
    By NYCDotNet
    I don’t care about this app. Keep my files safe and don’t bother me at dinner time with a useless notification.

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