Dropbox keeps your files and your team in sync. Anything you save in Dropbox can be easily accessed from all of your devices. Sending large files is easy, even to people who don’t have a Dropbox account. And with features like the doc scanner, shared folders, offline access, and more, collaborating with others is simple.
• Work on files with others through shared folders
• Use the document 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
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We offer in-app purchases for Dropbox Plus, which includes 1 TB of storage and additional features. 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 Plus subscriptions purchased in-app renew monthly or yearly depending on your plan. Plans are priced at $9.99USD monthly and $99.99USD yearly (pricing may vary in countries other than the U.S.). 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.
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The applications Dropbox was published
in the category Productivity on 2009-09-29 and
was developed by Dropbox.
The file size is 186.51 MB.
The current version is 64.2 and works well on
9.0 and high ios versions.
• HEIC/HEIF/HEVC support: If those letters look like gibberish, don’t worry. They’re the new image formats used in iOS 11. Just so you know, you can now preview those images in our app.
• More photo previews: For our photography fans out there, Dropbox can now display more raw photo formats, including Fujifilm, Panasonic, Leica, and Hasselblad. Say cheese!
We release updates regularly, and we’re always looking for ways to make things better. If you have any feedback or run into issues, come find us in our forums. We’re happy to help!
The Web Extension in iOS 10 would save the ENTIRE page to a PDF. In iOS 11, for some pages it’s only saving the VISIBLE portion of the web page to PDF. The iOS 11 Create PDF extension does the exact same thing, so perhaps Dropbox is leveraging the same iOS 11 feature. Example, an order details page on Birkenstock website. Hopefully, this can be fixed as it isn’t that useful to only save to PDF what’s visible.
The app works well enough, although there’s no option to change text size, so files with large file names are hard to see. Also, I cannot seem to be able to add an attachment within Mail. If I tap hold and select add attachment, use the Files app to select a file, it does nothing when it returns back to Mail.
Clearly the Dropbox engineers were not ready. Days since the big update - in my case to my iphone6, I am still unable to attach document files from my Dropbox to my emails from my iphone6. Writing for help from Dropbox twice has produced no help or resolution or follow up - except for their auto reply email. Huge thumbs down sadly to Dropbox.
Using my iPhone and can't seem to download anything. I can select files, but nothing seems to work after that. Bad app, not recommended
I thought I would be able to drag and drop from the DropBox iOS 11 files app to an email message but it doesn’t work. I can do it with iCloud, but not with DropBox.
...then they took away support for camera upload. I guess Dropbox doesn't want to be in the business of photo transfer/storage. Transferring photos off my phone and onto my PC was my primary (only?) reason for using Dropbox on my phone. Google Photos has now taken over that function for me. Dropbox needs two things: - support for photo upload - a price tier between free and $99
The app crashes often but the last several days I can’t do anything with the app bc it immediately crashes.
A couple of versions prior to this, Dropbox introduced the Home tab and Star folder features. Those were great! But for some odd reason, they’ve removed those features without noting their removals on the Release Notes. I chatted with Dropbox Plus support and they said it’s a temporary removal due to iOS 11 compatibility issues — but I noticed the feature-removals while on iOS 10. What gives? Unfortunately, Dropbox does not offer phone support, so it’s very difficult to do troubleshooting.
Apps that fully support the new Files app display a file view that looks identical to the iCloud file view. Dropbox only shows a clumsy popopver listview, which is hard to work with, and wasteful of screen space (especially on the 9”/12” iPads where Dropbox would perhaps be most useful). Hopefully they’ll up their game, but the last year has felt like they’re doing the bare minimum needed to keep with their competitors.
It's hard to navigate and the video uploads from my iPhone pause for no apparent reason and never resume.
@paulebh0y: android icons so far.... walls included. please # helps get the word out
I am so grateful for Dropbox. I have a lot of my work on my little thumb drive, and I do tend to save my files when I remember. Today, I lost my thumb drive (or rather realized it was lost). After searching the house several times, I had to just let go. My life's work was gone. But then I remembered Dropbox. My account had automatically saved my files! Thank you!!!!! Now I can get back to my work knowing my effort is safe.
I use Dropbox to have access to files. I don't have notifications and I don't need an entire separate screen for recents. The least they could do is give users the ability to choose to open app in Files tab. It's just annoying to have to click around thru screen trash. And the list of items can't be sorted by anything but name. AND there's no option to sort folders with the other items - they've been separated. FAIL.
The service is awesome. The app is downright user hostile in its attempts to second guess what I want. The Files view: If I choose sort by name, I expect that. Not by your own internally-agreed upon “Well, we’ll let the user sort by name but only -after- we sort by type.” And how does “Photos” come before “Folders”, then “Files”? (The file names themselves are sorted in ascending order.) (And yes, I know about the content view vs list view, but the list view insists on inserting separators for each letter of the alphabet; I’ve been working with the alphabet for a few years now.) Hiding “Recent” should do just that. If you have discoverability problems it’s with your Settings menu. Instead we get a redundant -are you sure you want to hide recents?- one click access to showing recents. Is it a preference or not? The same goes for photos. I use Dropbox for both home and personal use. I don’t want Dropbox crawling through my files and then bringing every photo together in one view, mixing personal and work content. I should be able to hide the Photos tab. Working with files… I open a file. Great. I found what I was looking for and I want to close the file. Nope. Dropbox again knows what’s good for me, and there isn’t a friggin’ close document command. They’re adding these behaviors, but in the meantime, the app can’t display a -default- screen capture file name such as “Screen Shot 2017-08-30 at 11.34.12 AM.png” in the File list view. Get the basics down, please. I’ll be really glad when the iOS 11 files app removed the need to have to negotiate with Dropbox about how and when I want to see my files.
I downloaded this app to free up space on my phone and everything was fine at first (even though it takes forever to upload pictures to the app.. way too slow) but I noticed that one of my folders is now empty.. literally TWO YEARS worth of pictures has just vanished and now I can't get them back.
It's my favorite app to store music and files I might need on the go! I'd love a play all or repeat all option for audio!
First and still the best. I use Dropbox daily. WISHLIST: Sort by file TYPE! Upgrades to plain text editing to get up to par with the 3rd party plain text editors would be great. Markdown needs improvement and when you copy/paste from other places, even the simple, basic formatting gets lost.
We need to be able to clear recent files!!
For the love of all things and good, does anyone in Dropbox use their app on iPad? Yet another update, and they still can't fix hiding recent files and starred files/folders. Seriously, do you have interns working on your app? Can you please hire someone who can actually make your app work? I'm sure your company is making more than enough to get decent developers.
When updated to iOS version 62.2, all files using Japanese font were garbled. Re-install application could fix it.
Thank you guys, it was annoying me every time I used the app The new interface is too simple, you can develop it guys to be more modern and attractive.. you can do that we all know that .. thank you