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ARE. YOU. SERIOUS?
Sheesh, why do I bother wasting space on my iPhone with this app? As an IOS (ONLY) user, I feel like a member of the forgotten. In case y'all aren't aware, there are a significant number of IOS users out there. I can appreciate that you are "playing to the crowd," but seriously? I've been looking around at other apps.
And if you are too lazy to even bother spelling out WHAT the latest update DOES (bullet points would suffice), or how it improves the app, I guess I'm adopting your attitude - "WHY BOTHER?" If you're not going to tell me how it helps me, I'm not going to waste my time (or space). I've noticed there are a BUNCH of apps out there that put out useless updates - I don't give a RIP how "pretty" the freakin' app is, HOW IS THE FUNCTIONALITY? I also don't care about improving the "social aspects" of an app. There's waaaaay too much OVERsharing as it is. Folks don't seem to get it: you put ~every~ aspect of your life out there on the 'Net, there's a multitude of nasty vultures out there waiting to take advantage of any vulnerability that is offered. I, for one, don't plan on making it easy for them.
This doesn't seem (to me) to be asking too much - for a brief description of what the update does. I notice I'm not alone in this thought, either. How 'bout it?
Totally Fails iPhone and Zero Support
I've been a paying customer for years and every time I have an issue it takes longer and longer for support to respond to my help tickets. This time they have totally failed to respond as promised. I cannot upload simple videos from my iPhone anymore and after a week of waiting for what they said would be a "48 to 72 hour wait for paying customers" I have given up. My particular issue is NOT covered in the FAQ nor in the Forums. I will find a better cloud storage that actually cares about their paying customers enough to provide support. Btw, I have submitted two help tickets, one a week ago and one 72 hrs ago with no reply whatsoever. Each time I get a auto generated response saying for paying customers will receive a response within 48 to 72 hours. Don't waste your time with Dropbox. They have out grown their own capacity both in support and in ability to provide reliable service.
Also why would a developer release an update without disclosing what "improvements" I'm downloading? So far the app just gets more unreliable with each update in my experience.
This app is absolutely useless. It wiil not sychronise folders to your iOS device, it merely copies them. So you only have out of date files on your device, and any changes you make locally are lost. I cannot imagine why Dropbox do not fix this. It has been a major problem for two years now and they have done nothing to fix it in spite of tons of complaints from customers. Since Dropbox is not listening to its customers any more, it may be time to look for another cloud service vendor. This problem is driving me crazy trying to find a workaround. I have to use Documents by Readdle to synch my Dropbox folders but it is a lot of work. Bad job Dropbox.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Dec 13, 2016
- Version: 28.2
- Size: 134 MB
- Languages: English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Ukrainian
- Seller: Dropbox, Inc.
- © 2016 Dropbox
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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