Dropbox is hosting service that allows users to create special folders on their computers, which are then synchronized, accessing the same folder, regardless of which computer is used to view it.
Anything users add to Dropbox will automatically show up on all their computers, phones and even the Dropbox website — so they can instantly access it from any location.
It also makes sharing and collaboration easier, by inviting other users to any folder in Dropbox.
Easy to use, with an interface most anyone can understand.
Free and relatively fast syncing of files even with the most basic plan.
Graduated pricing levels fit the needs of individuals and smaller organizations.
Robust photo and video presentation and sharing, including HTML5 streaming.
Credit card required: N/A
Dropbox Pro: $9.99 / month.
Dropbox for Business: $15 / user / month
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Languages: Chinese, Swedish, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Polish, Norwegian, Dutch, Japanese, Italian, Indonesian, French, English, German, Danish
Dropbox can be used on: Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Symbian, BlackBerry OS, MeeGo Harmattan.
Dropbox is used in tandem with many apps and services, like: MS Office, Notability, GoodNotes, DocuSign, HelloSign, SignEasy, Scanner Pro, Scanbot etc.
There are over 300,000 apps connected to Dropbox.
It allows teams to securely store, sync, and share files.
It provides help center, tutorials, and troubleshooting tools.
Dropbox is a cloud storage made easy enough for anyone to use.
Dropbox provides the following APIs: Dropbox Chooser, Sync API, Core API.
Dropbox is generally used as a cloud storage, file synchronization, and personal cloud tool.