Dropbox lets you take your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily.
Access any file you save to your Dropbox from all of your computers, phones, tablets, and on the web.
- links become clickable in comments - UI improved: better adaptive design, animations, blur effect, etc...
- better support of Xbox controllers - optimization and bug fixes I use the app on my phone and computer and it works like a charm!
Licenses that include the client are the following: You can still add Dropbox as a place, and you will be able to browse and view Office files on Dropbox Business. To add a place when you're in any of the new apps Yes.
Dropbox Business users can access both personal and business files on any computer or mobile device, as well as on the web.
I use this for Transferring all of my photos from my phone to my computer and it works great with the auto camera uploads, I can access my files (including my professors lectures) wherever I need them but if you want more than those basic functions and easy access to your files, then Dropbox doesn't have much more to offer you, but for my purposes it works great!
You can drag files from Explorer into Dropbox (awesome), but not from Dropbox into Explorer (not good).
If this were an option, I'd give it five stars, even without the sync option. Until that day, I will go back to the 'old' app.
I've used this app a few years, but lately it won't accept uploaded photos, renames them and says they are already in the folder. I love to have the ability to store small documents on the web and share them with my friend, I will definitely use drop box as my cloud service in the event of needing extra space, I am starting to get to know this service and other, but I am a late learner and will take a little more time for me to get completely confident.
Dropbox safeguards your information by using 256-bit AES encryption and transfers your files in a secure connection using SSL/TLS.
You can securely access files and folders any time from our desktop, web, and mobile apps, or through third-party apps connected to your account.
Now it tried to open on the phone but won't open. Used to love this app before all the updates for Windows 10. Why would Dropbox not just leave a good thing alone. This app should have the ability to drag and drop files and folders into Dropbox.