Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage

Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage

Category: Productivity
Version: 280.2
Adult Rating: 4+
Filesize: 211.46 MB
Developer: Dropbox, Inc.
Compatibility:   iOS 13.1 +.
Score: 4.76972
From 281,726 Ratings



Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage 280.2 IPA. Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage for iPhone/iPad. Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage latest version free download. Download Dropbox: Cloud Photo Storage 280.2 for iPhone/iPad by Dropbox, Inc. directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.

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  • My GoTo storage but now less useful on mobile

    By Uriel51
    I have used Dropbox for many years (decades) since it started & have considered it the most useful, reliable & recommended application for storing everything, including most recently my photos, so less paper storage with dependable storage. However, I mostly use an iPad so have depended on mobile features, one of which is viewing my activity for a week to ensure I have uploaded all my recent files to Dropbox. It seems just recently I can no longer view recent activity beyond a few hours so needing to check all my individual folders to do my weekly check, taking so much more time & effort to assure no working files were not uploaded. Using Dropbox on a Windows device is not so friendly or useful given the interface with my Windows laptop. I am now considering migrating to Google as most of my vocational peers are doing.
  • Almost Perfect

    By Hobbitide
    Your app is almost perfect except one thing that absolutely drives me up the wall is no way to easily select all or select pictures in a folder fast so if you have 1000 pictures in a folder you want to download, you have to select every single one.
  • A Good App

    By kosmima
    I especially love taking a picture of a paper and turning it into a file! However, I can’t preview files on mobile. Otherwise, a great app!
  • Feels like an Android app

    By shakergeek
    1. Interface is not great 
    2. Moving and deleting are slow
    3. Too many touches to do things
    Like creating a folder. Click create then click name then click done then click create. Totally unnecessary.
  • Thrilled

    By The6Negative6One6
    I’m so glad to see all of my childrens photographs safe and secure for a invaluable resource for your kids and family photos and important info and documentation
  • Love Dropbox

    By tgedwards26
    I use this to get all the photos from my computer to my phone in full resolution
  • Very nice

    By Nsubuga YeNsubuga
    Nice app
  • Uses a ton of space, then tells you you don’t have enough space to use it

    By ShoobyTaylor
    Hey Dropbox, maybe I’d have enough space for you to upload my photos if you didn’t immediately consume over a gigabyte of my space every time I installed you! This app requires me to uninstall it and reinstall it twice a day just to keep uploading, because every time I install it, it eats up a gig and a quarter of my drive, and then it “doesn’t have enough space to upload”.  
    EDIT: funny, I just came here to complain about this, and apparently it’s been going on for so many years that I forgot that I wrote a review complaining about it long ago. After clearing cache, and without saving any files for off-line use, dropbox consumes 1.3 GB of my 32 GB drive all by itself. So I’m gonna lower to one star from two stars since they’ve let the problem go on for so long.
  • Stop lying!

    By O2system
    Love how the app says Dropbox will continue uploading in the background every-time I am uploading files only to come back to it with it not. And yea I have background refresh allowed in the iPhone settings.
    5/13 Update :
    Issue still not resolved, dumb app keeps telling me to continue working while it uploads in the background until I come back to it only to see it has paused exactly where I left off.
  • No thanks

    By hutch1138
    We can all agree racism is bad. Dropbox is openly racist against white people, therefore I will no longer be using Dropbox. I am white and also happen to be a straight male, which they would rather not treat fairly either. Horrible business and marketing.


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