What is Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage? Description of Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage 3183 chars
Dropbox lets anyone upload and transfer files to the cloud, and share them with anyone. Back up and sync docs, photos, videos, and other files to cloud storage and access them from any device, no matter where you are. And with advanced sharing features, it’s easy to share docs and send files—large or small—to family, friends, and co-workers.
• Automatically upload videos and photos from your camera roll to cloud photo storage—all in the background—for easy video sharing and photo sharing.
• Access any file in your account—even offline—and preview over 175 different file types with no special software required.
• Easily send large files by copying and pasting a link you can give to anyone, even if they don’t have a Dropbox account.
• Scan documents, receipts, IDs, photos, and more using your mobile device and transform them into high-quality PDFs, so you can view and send anywhere.
• Sync folders on your PC or Mac to Dropbox with computer backup, and recover older versions or restore deleted files with version history and file recovery.
Sign up now for your free Dropbox Plus trial. You’ll get 2 TB (2,000 GB) of storage space—that’s enough room to save files from all your linked devices. We’ve also introduced some new features as part of your Plus plan: Dropbox Passwords to store and sync passwords across all your devices and Dropbox Vault to secure and organize your most sensitive documents. And with Dropbox Rewind, you can roll back any file, folder, or your entire account, up to 30 days.
Existing Plus customers can upgrade to Dropbox Professional. With 3 TB (3,000GB), 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.
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Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage Pros
✓ Working great, one irksome “feature”I don’t understand all the problems people describe. My experience with Dropbox has been great, with it being very reliable. In one respect it’s even better than iCloud for saving a PDF opened from a website. I can save it directly to Dropbox, but I cannot save it directly to an iCloud folder. Nice. The one annoying feature is with setting up a new account on a computer and Dropbox assuming that the user wants to have files saved solely in the cloud. That default setting isn’t immediately obvious and caused me and others to being unable to access files while traveling. Moreover, figuring out how to turn that setting off was not obvious and difficult to find. Easy to change once found, but it required some digging. The user’s preference for local verses cloud storage should be the first thing asked during a set up, and a description of how to change it should be provided right there during set up..Version: 272.2
✓ Handy file appSyncs well with desktop. Love the ability to scan documents. Unfortunately though, the iOS Dropbox app sometimes hangs on a white screen, in which restarting the phone seems to be the only resolution..Version: 174.2✓ Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage Positive Reviews
Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage Cons
✗ Help - latest version is broken 😞Since the app update 4 days ago - circa 22nd April - my automatic photo uploads have stopped. I have repeatedly closed and opened the app to try and get them started. This morning I did this again and there was a progress bar with ‘backing up’ rolling back and forwards and that started with a number in the hundreds, then thousands, then 10s of thousands of files that were ‘backing up’ but they have already been backed up. They are all sorted in to folders under dates on my desktop as there are so many photos it is not good to have them all in one folder. So what the app is doing is now re-syncing photos from over 10 years ago and newer again and time stamping them all with May 2020 dates. This is a true nightmare - it’s really broken the app - and causing a massive double up sync disaster..Version: 232.2
✗ Continually fails to connect to serverI've had the Dropbox app on my ipad for several years now, but hardly ever use it. I was recently sent a Dropbox link to download some files that I had purchased. It took me a while to work out hw to do this because information on how to use the app is non-existant. Once I knew what I was supposed to do the next issue was that the app continually failed to link to the server. I finally found a workaround and had to use it after each file download. It will be a while before I ever use Dropbox again..Version: 196.2✗ Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage Negative Reviews
Is Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage legit?
✅ Yes. Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage is 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 290,680 Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage user reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, AppSupports Legitimacy Score for Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage is 92.4/100.
Is Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage safe?
✅ Yes. Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage is quiet safe to use. This is based on our NLP analysis of over 290,680 user reviews sourced from the IOS appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5. AppSupports Safety Score for Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage is 93.9/100.
Should I download Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage?
✅ There have been no security reports that makes Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage a dangerous app to use on your smartphone right now.
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Product details of Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage
- App Name:
- Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage
- Dropbox, Inc.
- Legitimacy Score:
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- Content Rating:
- 4+ Contains no objectionable material!
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- App Size:
- 211.94 MB
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- Relase Date:
- 29 September 2009, Tuesday
- Last Update:
- 28 June 2022, Tuesday - 16:38
- IOS 13.1 or later
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