Dropbox - Backup, Sync, Share

Dropbox - Backup, Sync, Share

By Dropbox, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2009-09-29
  • Current Version: 184.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 257.27 MB
  • Developer: Dropbox, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.1 or later.
Score: 4.65275
4.65275
From 53,190 Ratings

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Description

Dropbox lets you back up photos and videos, and access files stored on any of your computers or mobile devices—from anywhere. And with advanced sharing features, it’s easy to send any file, large or small, to anyone. Features: • Automatically back up the photos and videos in your camera roll—all in the background. • Access any file in your account—even offline—and preview over 175 file types, no special software required. • Easily share large files by copying and pasting a link you can send to anyone, even if they don’t have a Dropbox account. • Scan documents using your camera, and turn receipts, documents, whiteboards, and notes into PDFs. Sign up now for your free Dropbox Plus trial. You'll have room for all your files, and space to spare, with 2,000 GB of storage. Our latest sync technology can automatically move stale items off your computer and to the cloud. And Dropbox Rewind lets you roll back any file, folder, or your entire account, up to 30 days. Or, existing Plus customers can upgrade to Dropbox Professional. With 3 TB (3,000 GB), you can store all your stuff—from work projects to personal photos—and have space to spare. You and your clients can comment on most file types without leaving Dropbox. And you can protect your work with a watermark, add shared link controls, or rewind your account up to 180 days. Before starting a trial or completing payment, you’ll see the plan price. This amount will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and on renewal and will vary by plan and country. Dropbox subscriptions renew monthly or yearly, depending on your plan. Your account will charged for renewal 24 hours before the end of your current billing period. To avoid auto-renewal, turn it off in at least 24 hours before your subscription renews. You can turn off auto-renewal anytime time from your iTunes account settings. You can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your account settings on the App Store after purchase. We’d love to hear from you! Join the Dropbox community: https://www.dropboxforum.com Terms of Service: https://www.dropbox.com/terms Privacy Policy: https://www.dropbox.com/privacy

Reviews

  • Account disabled

    1
    By Nice4567
    Been trying to get in contact with customer support in over a month to correct issues and have been unsuccessful in doing so. Horrible app. I’ve lost 6 years worth of content and I was still billed for a month of service that I had no access to. Horrible and bad customer service. Ridiculous.
  • Crash

    3
    By zirec
    Crash
  • Great app

    4
    By Mr CatDaddy
    Love it and love dark mode. Only thing I wish was that you could view documents in dark mode (like in the Kindle reader).
  • Doc scanner now crap

    4
    By chulew
    I don't know what happened but the document even feature is almost useless now.
  • Reviewing

    1
    By Colintowavy
    It’s not showing .
  • Quality

    2
    By lilypizza
    This app used to be one of the greatest app for scanning documents right to your saved folders. But since the updates, the quality has diminished extremely. Not sure if they’re trying to save money or something, but I pay for the full terabyte of space on this app just to scan documents that I can access anywhere and now it’s gotten so bad that I can’t just scan anywhere I am. See for yourself, the quality of a scan is so fuzzy. I’m really disappointed because that made my job so helpful and now it’s become increasingly time consuming. The app developers should go back to the old way the app was.
  • здравствуйте

    5
    By ИСЛОМИДДИН
    Здравствуйте пожалуйста сделайте код пароль 6 значным. Заранее благодарен.
  • Attach a Dropbox File to an Email from Within Gmail Not Supported on an iPad

    1
    By SoulForce1
    I am paperless and use DropBox for literally everything business and personal, therefore, I find it extremely annoying and cumbersome that when composing an email using Gmail on my iPad I cannot attach a file directly from Dropbox. When I select the attach function (paper clip), the only options for attachment sources that appear are Google Drive, camera roll, and recents. The online help forums state that I should approach the problem in reverse, namely, open my file in DropBox then select Open File in Gmail. While this does open a new Gmail message with the file as an attachment, this backward workaround is useless if I already have started composing an email within Gmail because the attachment cannot be assigned to another preexisting email within Gmail. Also, there seems to be no way to attach more than one file to the same email. Email attachments are a very basic function that every user needs so I would think DropBox would make fixing this issue a priority.
  • It is great

    5
    By Big Ben Diamond
    It is great
  • Too many updates!

    2
    By BAR112
    Here we go again: latest update again forces me to open my most-used document in Microsoft Word! Just let me view my document in Dropbox! Stop wasting my time! Previous review regarding updates: Why do we need so many? I am not a business; I’m an individual. Don’t need all the chat and share nonsense. Can I disable all that stuff? Also, please let us open password-protected documents in Dropbox—STOP changing it to open in Microsoft Word! You got it right once, then messed it up again! Basically, Dropbox is OK; but you have strong competition with Apple’s iCloud and Google Photos.

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