|Productivity||Free||Dropbox, Inc.||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
• Access all your photos, docs, and videos from any device.
• 2 GB of space when you sign up — free!
• Share a link to even your biggest files — no more attachments!
• Add files to your “Favorites” for fast, offline viewing.
Use Dropbox to save and share photos, docs, and videos in a snap. And if something happens to your iPhone or iPad, your stuff is always safe in Dropbox!
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For the love of everything good in this world don’t sign up to pay for this subscription through anything other than google pay or they can’t look up the account info at all to cancel once you no longer need this app
I’m trying to apply to jobs & upload my resume by using Dropbox and it fails to work with every website I try to apply with.
Because Dropbox tries to have direct API integrations to apps, it has foregone developing a real integration with the iOS file system. Because of this, many apps that *could* use Dropbox files cannot do so, such as iA Writer. It’s not particularly difficult to support this functionality, so if it’s not added by my annual renewal date, I’ll be leaving the professional plan. Dropbox has been great across platforms and on desktop, but it’s these small, simple details which break workflows that I’m tired of.
After I bought a new phone the app was disabled unless I bought a plan. Then the number of devices went from 5 to 3. I wonder why. More scummy behavior from big tech. I’m going to pcloud
Every time I save smth to a folder on Dropbox that folder is no longer displayed by iPad s Files app. The only solution is to logout of Dropbox and log in again. Which is a major hassle. Don’t think it was that bad before. Apparently Dropbox is not properly integrated in current version of iOS. I am a paying subscriber for Dropbox. But apparently now I will have to look at other services that are supported by iOS.
I canceled my subscription a whole month ago I’m still getting charged
Impossible to cancel the trial version.
Dropbox allows me to store family photos and show my buyers property! One of the best apps out there! PCFPrincipal.com
I don't use this app but they have charged $129.47 for two years. I have tried to cancel this but I can't get their attention. Help please😢😢
I don’t understand Dropbox’s popularity. It might be among the best file hosting services, but the experience was still incredibly unsatisfactory. The web app is slow. The sync settings are confusing. The canceling button is in a non-obvious spot which wasted 20 minutes of my time trying to find it. For $20 a month, this shouldn’t be a worse experience than what I can build with a terminal and an S3 bucket. Perhaps I’ll try again in a few years, but Dropbox is still too unpolished for me.