Last year Dropbox announced a slew of new features, including a Password Manager. The new feature allows Dropbox users to store their credentials across different websites and services. Until now, the Password Manager feature was available only for the paid Dropbox users. Now the company has announced the feature for all Dropbox users.
Dropbox has announced that three beta features, including Password Manager, File Vault, and Automatic Backup are now available for the public. Dropbox’s password manager allows users to store sensitive files. The beta features will now be available for all users globally; however, the Password Manager and secure Vault are available only for select Dropbox subscription plans.
Today Dropbox has announced a slew of security-related features including Password Manager and Vault which can be used to store sensitive documents. Both the features are available for all Dropbox Plus mobile users at $11.99 per month.
Dropbox today announced a massive update for its app that makes it much more than just a simple file syncing and storage application. With the new app, the company aims to offer an entirely new experience that is aimed at organizing one’s content across multiple cloud services like Google Drive, ability to create and store shortcuts to websites, and more.
In a move that’s going to frustrate a lot of its free users, Dropbox is going to enforce a three-device limit on its free accounts starting from March 2019. The company silently updated its support page with this information, without making any kind of announcement or informing its existing free users.
We all want more storage space on our device and constantly look for ways to achieve this. As such, clearing your app cache on a regular basis helps to free up some of the space on your iPhone or iPad.
Dropbox has been one of the go-to platforms for professionals of all types for quite some time, and now those who need to edit documents together in real time can do so with Dropbox Paper.
With Dropbox’s ‘Project Infinite’, You Will Never Have to Worry about Running out of Hard Disk Space
At Dropbox Open London, Dropbox previewed its new technology dubbed Project Infinite. With this new technology, the company is solving a major issue that most people face on their laptops while syncing their Dropbox account: the lack of storage space.
Dropbox is the owner of two iOS apps, Mailbox and Carousel, the former focused on emails and the latter on photos, but those apps have their days numbered.
Apple has joined Dropbox in opposing a controversial cybersecurity bill that could give the U.S. government new powers to spy on citizens under the pretense that they are protecting them from hackers.