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.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

13.2K Ratings

13.2K Ratings

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.

Dropbox for iPhone: A Good Start

David Vasquez

After using this app for a brief time, I have found myself wanting to go back to the web interface - and for only one main reason. Photo thumbnails. There don't seem to be any! Unfortunately for me, someone who takes a large number of photos and stores them in his dropbox, this poses a problem which the web interface doesn't have. The ability to view image thumbnails seems like a no-brainer to me. I'm really disappointed that this functionality appears to be missing.

The app itself works fine, it does what it says, and I LOVE the ability to send off my photos and videos from anywhere to my computers at home. Major bonus points for that one Dropbox! However, for browsing files, I think I'll be sticking with the web app - at least until photo thumbnails are integrated. It makes it difficult to browse for the photos I'm looking for without them.

In addition, it seems a lot of basic functionality of managing files within your dropbox are missing. After reading over their "to do" list, it seems like these things are planned for future revisions - no mention of photo thumbnails, though!

Overall, A good start to an app that holds a lot of promise. Unfortunately I can't rate it 5 stars until I can happily delete the shortcut to the web interface from my home screen. If I have to use both, it isn't fulfilling all the needs it should be. It has a lot of room to grow, but the initial release is well worth picking up.

Incredible app!


With the world of cloud storage options being so large and growing every day, Dropbox is the standard by which to measure other apps, and I say just apps because it is a standout not only in cloud storage but as an app in general. That being said, my one negative thing to say is that I think the price for a solo user is too high. When I can get 50 GB of iCloud storage for 99 cents a month, and my Adobe Creative Cloud just flat out over triples my cloud storage for free when I called to see about paying for more storage all because I'm a good customer on a regular payment plan. It leaves me in the unfortunate world of a free account Dropbox customer, and I find that depressing because it limits my use of Dropbox and means I'm not financially contributing to what I consider one of the best and most useful apps on the market. If I could offer a suggestion, I feel stupid for assuming I could actually have advice to offer such a forward thinking brand, I would suggest Dropbox look into lower priced plans. Maybe these plans offer limited capabilities or space (For my use a 50GB storage option would be ideal) but another $10 a month auto payment is just too much. Maybe we could pick and choose which features or capabilities we want our Dropbox to have and pay accordingly. Just food for thought for a thoughtful company from a non paying user who wants to be a paying user.


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