Dropbox is a popular cloud storage software solution that offers seamless syncing of files across platforms for effortless sharing with team members and collaborators.
- Users can earn more space by referring other users.
- The Dropbox Pro account, designed for personal use, offers 1 TB of space for $9.
- This account comes with access to priority support and the ability to send links that expire after a specified amount of time.
- Extended Version History service allows you to keep old files for up to a year without using up your allotted space, for a cost of $3.
- Business accounts start at $15 per month per user as long as you have at least five users.
- Dropbox offers compatible apps for almost every device and platform, including Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phones and tablets.
- A wealth of collaborative features provides a team-oriented file-sharing system that works, especially the newly enhanced Dropbox Paper version of the software.
- Seamless integration with operating systems makes for seamless, push-button use.
- File uploads from the desktop and mobile app have no size limit as long as you have the space in your account; you can upload files of up to 10 GB on the Dropbox website.
- Because Dropbox only reuploads the parts of the file that have changed with each revision, it's able to remain relatively lightweight and quick.
- Free storage is relatively meager at 2 GB compared to similar services, and space upgrades can be costly.
Dropbox is widely praised in business, computing, and creative circles for its simple, elegant design and intuitive ease of use. Users can access Dropbox from any internet-connected device, so you'll be able to edit and share your files on the go. Once you install Dropbox on your machine, a file folder appears within your operating system where you can drag and drop files, create new documents, and enjoy other collaborative functions of the program.