Dropbox 2.7.52 Experimental

3.9 out of 5 stars 3.9 (755 votes)

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Windows (All) / Freeware / 71,744 downloads

Dropbox is the easiest way to store, sync, and, share files online. There's no complicated interface to learn. Dropbox works seamlessly with your operating system and automatically makes sure your files are up-to-date. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Reviews of Dropbox

  1. 1 out of 5 stars
    Aegis69

    Reviewing 2.7.50 Experimental (Apr 11, 2014)

    copy.com and gdrive both give 15 gig off the bat, the only reason the schills here keep pushing this dropbox garbage is because they all have referrals going which gain them more space. But ya dropbox is dead in the water, all thats left for them now is to position for a buyout.

  2. 3 out of 5 stars
    olivergiving

    Reviewing 2.3.30 Experimental (Sep 25, 2013)

    cool!

  3. 2 out of 5 stars
    Bart Welson

    Reviewing 2.3.25 Experimental (Sep 4, 2013)

    The price you pay is your privacy.

  4. 4 out of 5 stars
    Music4Ever

    Reviewing 2.1.12 Experimental (Apr 26, 2013)

    @aszure - I thought the American speak is 'As dumb as a BAG of hammers' Or 'As thick as a bucket of rocks'? It's a while since I lived in TX ~

    Either will do but you are right.

    @Aegis69 - I appreciate as a Linux user you expect all things in life to be free but at times get your wallet out ~

  5. 5 out of 5 stars
    aszure

    Reviewing 2.1.5 Experimental (Apr 1, 2013)

    @Aegis69 Lawdie you're as dumb as a hammer

    So..How much did the computer cost you? The power to run it? The drives you're putting in? The space in your parents basement to store it? And it's still not unlimited. Einstein...your hard drives run out of space too.

    So why would someone choose a cloud based storage option? Because they don't want to set all that s*** up. They don't want to have to administer the box, they don't want to have to deal with hardware failures, they want apps that can be shared easily between devices and computers. Maybe for a tard like yourself, in a poor attempt at looking l33t, this is an option. But for a large corporation or organization...it's not

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