Dropbox has long been the premier online storage provider for many, and the company has taken a step to try and push users away from its free tier and into one that will generate some money. That move is to limit free Dropbox accounts to a total of three devices.
If you're a Dropbox user now is the time to check out Dropbox Plus, because for one day only the online storage company is offering a year's subscription to its Dropbox Plus service with a $50 Amazon Gift Card thrown in for good measure.
The official Dropbox app for iOS 11 iPhone and iPad has been finally updated with Files app integration.
Here's how to check if you have been affected by Dropbox's latest hack / data breach the easy way. What's actually great about this is that it not only tells you immediately if you have been affected by the Dropbox breach that has recently seen over 68 million records traded online, but it also checks if the provided credentials have been part of any historical breach, such as the LinkedIn leak from May 2016, or the Tumblr data breach back in early 2013.
Dropbox is now integrated into Facebook Messenger, making file sharing much easier than ever before. Here's how it works.
Want to download and play offline music from Dropbox on your iPhone? A new iOS app called Jukebox lets you do just that. Best of all, it's available for free.
Dropbox plans to close down both Carousel and Mailbox as of early 2016. The reason for the closure, given in a post on the company's blog today, is to enable the company to focus on collaborative tools for the core Dropbox service.
Microsoft wants you to ditch your Dropbox account for its very own OneDrive, and the software giant plans to achieve that by giving 100GB of free storage to users of the said service. Head on after the jump to check out how you can get that additional space in no time at all.
Dropbox for iOS today received a major update that added a feature we have all been crying out for ever since the app first found its way onto the App Store: the ability to save any file directly to Dropbox without having to open the app.