Dropbox

Dropbox

By Dropbox

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2009-09-29
  • Current Version: 82.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 217.13 MB
  • Developer: Dropbox
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 52,837 Ratings

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. Both plans include 1 TB of storage and so much more. 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

  • some options off

    3
    By A7davidz
    the offline option, it use to be it easier to click each one to offline mode by one click then a second click to offline side, but now it 2 clicks to make a offline, then another 2 clicks to get to offline mode. That wasting 2x effort = supposed you need 30 minute to make all files offline, now it 2x = 1 hr. Now there even a plus that replace all, but why make it to pay to use.
  • no longer shows numbers sheets in tabbed form

    1
    By Nicky rivers
    I’ve used Dropbox for many years and have always been satisfied. With this update, its almost worthless to me. Spreadsheets now take forever to load and show a tiny toilet paper style list instead of titled tabs. The individual pages have even lost the tab title. I keep a monthly budget in a numbers spreadsheet and most pages differ only in the actual numbers and the tab title. This toilet paper roll view is a huge step backwards. Shame on you, Dropbox
  • What??

    1
    By CutTheRopeRocksStill
    Trying to log in with my Dropbox email/password credentials, as I have for years, and app now pops up a window: “Misconfigured App. Your company’s Dropbox isn’t set up properly. Ask your admin to check the settings. Thanks.” Thanks indeed. Deleted. Dropbox is fantastic. This mobile app is seriously trashed.
  • Going downhill fast!!!

    1
    By Easy St.
    The old Dropbox was great. Everything synced nicely on my Windows 7 PC, my iMac OS 10.6.8, my iPhone 7. Then Dropbox decided to “upgrade” which cut off desktop syncing for the iMac because it would not upgrade beyond OS 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard). The only solution is to go out and pay another $2k for a new iMac. But how to get all the files up to date since 1/16/18 (the cut off date)? “Chat” appeals have been useless. There is no direct support where one can actually TALK to someone, unless one “upgrades” to business/premium which I shouldn’t have to do. I don’t think my data is “safe” anymore and there really is no support unless you consider trying to solve a conversion problem with canned text messages “helpful”. POTENTIAL USERS BEWARE!!!! Dropbox has changed! At some point you will loose your ability to tie in your devices to your files unless you plan on buying a new computer every other year or so. Can’t express how disappointing this is. Users probably should back up all their Dropbox files somewhere else before Dropbox pulls the plug and determines that your current device/computer is too old. The fact that there is no one to TALK with is troubling. Summary: initial concept and execution was great. Subsequent execution and decision to cut off older operating systems has been a nightmare. AVOID !!
  • Wish I could shut off phone while using

    4
    By Mdwraith
    I use Dropbox all the time for uploading photos for work and pretty much love it. I’m not sure if it’s possible but it would so much more convenient if you could shut of your phone and it continue to upload. I have to sent my phone to never shut off while I’m uploading and now with the iPhone X burn in is an issue. Could you please figure something out?
  • Excellent product

    5
    By SparklerStarter
    I have used it for the better part of a year now and it has been more than useful. I recommend this service to anyone who is constantly on the go.
  • Latest update not in search

    2
    By Newsradioguy
    It won’t come up in a search anymore.
  • .

    3
    By Jmanroc
    It works 🤷🏻‍♂️
  • How do I find a photo?

    3
    By Grandpa Snarf
    How do I find a photo? Rev. 2/13/18 How do I find a photo in a Dropbox folder that has 5000 photos in it using my iPhone? The answer is, using descriptive Tags (EXIF). One problem though, the iOS Dropbox app does not have that feature. Of course Windows File Explorer does and so does the iOS OneDrive app. In all fairness the OneDrive iOS app works pretty well but still needs a few adjustments to be convenient. I have one terabyte of space with Dropbox, the typical and minimum purchasable plan. I have barely begun to use this much space with my 5000 jpg images. How many family photos could you get into a terabyte or even half of that? How the heck could you ever find anything in this much space? With photos, directories are not the answer. Dates are important but not really primary. Way too many dimensions and overlaps! Using descriptive Tags is a very powerful and effective way to accomplish photo organization, searches and sorts. I use Tags, and they work very very well, so long as I’m sitting behind my Windows computer. My photo files are NOT easy to find from my iOS devices, despite Dropbox’s statement to the contrary. So yes, they are effectively synced, presumably safe and accessible from anywhere, and even though I have extensively tagged my photos, I just have no effective way to find them from my, “anywhere”, iOS devices! When I bought into and committed to Dropbox several years ago they were heavily promoting their service for photos. They even had a separate app just for photos. After getting excited that Dropbox created a photo management app, I was very disappointed to see that, other than with dates, there wasn’t any meaningful search capability. Maybe that’s why it didn’t last long. I see that they have changed course to a more business theme now. But, storage is storage, files are files, why can’t Dropbox support the business world and the purpose they got me to commit to, photos? Besides don’t many businesses use photos? Adding this one feature could turn a directory of thousands of photos into an indexed photo library accessible from anywhere!! For Sales, Marketing, Engineering... and my Family photos! OneDrive seems to have broader perspective on this. I have expressed these interests to Dropbox in the past via support and in a survey. The response, if any, had typically been, “we’ll pass it on to development”. I never got feedback beyond that. Dropbox is a great service! Truly. But it could be an even better service with an effective photo management feature. So, I and potentially Dropbox’s business customers would appreciate their attention to the suggestions I’ve made here.
  • watchOS App for Notifications & tvOS App for Viewing

    5
    By CollegeStudent54@DU
    watchOS Dropbox App: Dropbox needs to create a basic, bare-bones watchOS app to serve as a notification hub and within the Apple Watch app displays the recent account activity (file/folder updates, deleted items, sharing, requests, etc). Also could serve as 2-factor authentication by measuring distance between your Watch and the device you’re accessing the Dropbox account from (computer, iPhone, iPad) to ensure that the proper user is accessing the account instead of malicious user activity. tvOS Dropbox App: Create a content-rich tvOS app for 4th generation Apple TV and Apple TV 4K. The purpose of this app would be to view folders and files on the big screen. Viewing presentations, documents, photos, videos, etc. No editing functions should be included in this app, however. It’s simply a “Dropbox Browser”... only for viewing items. And possibly shows the recent activity for the account.

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