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Dropbox Editor's Review
Get access to all of your files on all of your computing devices, from anywhere there's an internet connection with this must have multiplatform tool.
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring all your photos, documents, and videos anywhere. This means that any file you save to your Dropbox will automatically save to all of your connected computers, phones as well as the Dropbox website. You'll never be without the data you need, as long as you have an internet connection.
Dropbox makes sharing files easy. You can invite your friends, family and teammates to any folder in your Dropbox, and it'll be as if the data was saved right to their computers. You can send people links to specific files in your Dropbox if sharing an entire folder isn't appropriate. This makes Dropbox perfect for team projects, sharing party photos with friends, or any number of file sharing needs.
If your computer has any kind of meltdown, and you lose EVERYTHING, don't worry. Dropbox has you covered. You can use Dropbox to restore all the data from your backup folders in a snap. It's perfect for hard drive upgrades and computer rebuilds.
Pro’s: Free, 2GB to start, up to 16GB free space
Con’s: No premium options between 2GB and 50GB, Dropbox for Teams is EXPENSIVE
Conclusion: Dropbox is a premium service, meaning that they really want you to buy space on their servers so they can charge you for their services. While you can get a decent backup with the 2-5GB that is easy to get from them by getting your family and friends to sign up based on a referral note you send them, make no mistake, Dropbox is a paid service.
As such, you can buy 50GB or 100GB of space, but that's about it. If for some reason you want less than that, say somewhere between 10 to 49GB of space, the option doesn't exist. Getting the larger amounts of free space isn't easy, as many friends or family members may not want to sign up or may already have accounts, and there's no other way to get additional space other than referrals. You can also buy undelete and file versioning services as well.
Dropbox Publisher's Description
Put your files into your Dropbox folder on one computer, and they'll automatically appear on any of your other computers that also have Dropbox installed (Windows, Mac, and Linux too!). You can even download Dropbox apps for your smartphone or mobile device (iPhone, iPad, Android, and Blackberry). Everything in your Dropbox is available from the Dropbox...Read more
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