Dropbox is a creative collaboration space designed to reduce busywork, bring your files together in one central place, and safely sync them across all your devices—so you can access them anytime, anywhere. And sending large files is easy, even to people who don’t have a Dropbox account. Features like the doc scanner, shared folders, offline access, and more make collaborating with others simple.

• Work on files with others through shared folders
• Use the doc 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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What's New

Version 92.3

What’s new:
• Under-the-hood updates for better performance

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!

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5

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Editors’ Notes

We’d be lost without Dropbox—it’s an indispensable part of our digital toolbox. But for all its usefulness, the thing we appreciate most about this cloud-storage app is how little we have to think about it. Whether we’re sharing documents between devices, uploading photos directly from our camera, or emailing large files to friends, it all just works—seamlessly and effortlessly.

Wouldn’t use if I didn’t have to.

Jason 909

A few weeks ago my office switched our mobile cloud storage option to Dropbox, blocking access to iCloud and other services. I’ve been stuck using it ever since, and I have been thoroughly unimpressed. I enjoy chances to try new tech and new services, and was prepared to be blown away, but Dropbox seems more interested in “building a brand” and slapping pretty colors on things than it is in building a solid product for iOS. Dropbox took a week to release the iOS 11-“optimized” version of its app, while other services had their apps live *before* iOS 11 even went live. 11 has been out for how long now, yet we’re still waiting for drag-and-drop support for moving files around in-app. Now, weeks later, I just downloaded the “splashy” new update hoping this functionality would be there, but it appears to consist solely of bug fixes and a revised app icon. The updated app visuals that are supposed to make my mundane daily file interactions “extraordinary” are so subtle that I don’t notice them. Here’s what would be extraordinary: update the app to take advantage of all of iOS 11’s new productivity capabilities. That would be a far more profound app update—and rebranding—than what Dropbox appears committed to doing.

MS Outlook Integration Problems

The Reviewer

I use my iPad Pro constantly for workflow production with Dropbox and MS Outlook. I also have some other file storage accounts linked to my MS Outlook but I would prefer not to... But I have to because the Outlook app will not allow me to insert a file from within the app from a Dropbox location. This. Is. Crippling. I cannot overstate how much of a problem this is for me, daily. I often need to reply to emails and insert modified documents but utilizing Dropbox as my storage venue for those documents prevents me from doing so. I have to export the file FROM Dropbox and place it on a different service (such as google storage or other) and then insert it from there. I’ve paid for storage on Dropbox for a couple years now and I think this will have to be the last year if this issue does not get worked out. I realize Dropbox may not in control of how Outlook handles attachments from the Dropbox service but regardless I may not be able to continue with Dropbox if the issue isn’t resolved. Starting a new email from within Dropbox to simply send a file doesn’t work for me and frankly, I feel I shouldn’t have to come up with another workaround to make the system work the way it should already.


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