Back in June, it was reported that Dropbox was working on launching its own password manager feature for the platforms where the service is available, and sure enough that has become a reality.
Dropbox is looking to expand into a new market, one that already has some fan favorites. But if you're in the market for a new password manager, Dropbox may have you covered in the future.
I'm a longtime Dropbox user. They were one of the first companies to offer seamless cloud storage and file sharing, and I have yet to see another service come along and offer something good enough (and free enough) to make me switch. That being said, I hate their native Mac app and use this little tip to avoid using it.
If you hate the desktop version of the Dropbox app as much as I do, here's how to make Dropbox open folders in Finder.
Try as I might, but I couldn't for the life of me put a folder in iCloud named "Dropbox". As it turns out, it's not just "Dropbox" — people have found out that Apple maintains a blacklist of file and folder names which customers should avoid using at all cost in their iCloud Drive.
Dropbox has been around for ages, offering up a simple cloud storage option for your important information, but also growing into a powerful workplace tool for collaboration as well.
Have you ever wanted to categorize photos into a folder on iOS as you take them? Direct Shot is an app for iPhone and iPad from Jeremy Conn that allows you to do just this.
Cloud storage provider Dropbox today updated its app on App Store with the ability to edit text files right from the mobile app. Now when you browse the files in your Dropbox, simply view any text file then tap a new Edit icon to enter the app's new built-in text editor.
When done editing, tap Save to save the changes directly to the text file in your Dropbox. No more emailing the file back and forth. The bast part is, no longer do you need to use a third-party editor just to make a few quick changes to a text file saved in your Dropbox.
Aside from the built-in text editor, Dropbox for iOS version 54.2 has gained a new auto-capture function. When scanning documents, simply focus on the document and this feature will take a picture automatically.
Dropbox for iOS is a free download via App Store.
Low on storage, you say? If you're a heavy Dropbox user who's running out of storage space on their device, clearing the app's cache should be first order of business. The mobile app keeps a cache of files for efficiency and emergency purposes, aside from doubling as a staging area for downloading and uploading.
Flushing the cache should help free up some storage space on your iOS device.
Doing so is likely to cause files to load longer, but none of the offline items will be affected. If you'd like to free up some storage space on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, follow the steps outlined in this tutorial to clear the Dropbox cache with just a few taps.
Popular cloud-storage service Dropbox has refreshed its iPhone and iPad application on the App Store with three new features: bulk-renaming of photos, offline folders and recent save locations. In addition, the company announced a major infrastructure push enabling faster sync speeds thanks to several new proxy servers established across the globe, including accelerators in California, Texas, Virginia, New York, Washington, the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Paper, a new productivity app from cloud storage experts over at Dropbox, launched in public beta in the United States a month ago. After a slight delay, Paper is now available to customers in the European Union. With the free Paper app (not to be confused with Facebook's experimental Paper app), you can collaborate on projects, get updates, make edits and respond to feedback right from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
As of today, Dropbox Paper, a collaborative document editor akin to Google Docs and Apple's iWork for iCloud suite (only better!) is in public beta after spending about a year in private beta, the cloud storage startup announced.
In addition, the mobile Paper app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch launched today, too, so you can immediately download it at no charge from the App Store.