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.
Features: • 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 completing payment, you’ll see the plan price. This amount will be charged to your Google Play account and will vary by plan and country. Dropbox subscriptions purchased in app renew monthly or yearly, depending on your plan. To avoid auto-renewal, turn it off in at least 24 hours before your subscription renews. You can turn off auto-renewal anytime from your Google Play account settings.
Dropbox is a secure cloud solutions leader trusted by Fortune 500 companies for their most sensitive data. Over 14 million paid users choose Dropbox because they know they can count on a company that’s also dedicated to their security and privacy—no matter what they do or where they are. Let Dropbox be your all-in-one file storage, file organizer, file transfer, and file sharing solution for all your devices—from Android to iPhone and Mac to PC.
There's no way to sort files by size or view the size of a folder. These are some of the most basic features of a file browser. This severely limits its usefulness to me. Edit: I had already seen the article in the reply. The instructions the developer provided only work on desktop, not mobile. Maybe I'm missing something. My complaint is with the mobile experience, not the desktop experience. Edit 2: No, you can't sort by size or file type in the Files tab. I checked. Only name or time. Try it!
37 people found this review helpful
June 23, 2022
Using the Dropbox mobile app, you still will be able to sort your files by the date it was modified, name, size and file type. In such cases however, you'll need to go to the Files tab of the Dropbox app, as this won't work on the home screen.
June 20, 2022
Very disappointed with the recent updates in audio playback. You can no longer playback audio with a lock screen/in the background. Major regression in my opinion. This feature used to exist but is no longer possible. I used to listen to music projects on dropbox while walking and running but that's become wildly inconvenient now that you can't listen with a locked phone. Is there any way around this? It's a horrible user experience for anyone working on and sharing audio projects.
49 people found this review helpful
Francesca di Poppa
June 22, 2022
I wasted half the morning because the app on this Android tablet refused to download a simple Word file so that I could work on it. It's Word, people. The ability to access and work on files between home computer and more portable devices is what Dropbox is (supposedly) for. If you can't pull that off, then you're useless. I'm just grateful I never paid for a subscription.
18 people found this review helpful
What’s new? • You can now easily share and star your photos and files with one click in the preview screen.
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