Free up to 2 GB
$9.99 / month up to 1TB
$12 per user per month - unlimited storage
Gustavo Coronel, Profesor Educación Tecnica
While many similar tools have appeared, Dropbox still offers great features and is more than worthy of being recommended.
Iurii Koretniuk, Project Manager and Digital Producer
I have been using Dropbox for many years now. Their referral program was just great - I have enough space and there's no need to worry about it. It works as expected - stores your files and provides you access. The syncing capabilities are also great, as now I now that I should never think of flash-sticks again through just simply saving file in designated folder. More close integration with iOS 9 is another win-win for Dropbox - now I can upload any file from Dropbox storage right from Safari app - the functionality found so desperately wanted for Apple mobile OS. In add, there are thousands of 3rd party services both from well-established companies and enthusiast providing a huge space for enhancement.
Will Roffé, Brand Builder, Strategic Copywriter, Creative Director
I use Dropbox for business and personal files. When working on projects with teams I share files and/or folders with other people who can easily download them. Only people I invite to the folders or files or share a link with can access them, so security is a nice feature. I have over 1tb of space and pay US$99 per annum. I've not even used a quarter of that space so feel I'll be at that pay level for a long time yet. :) Dropbox has been around for quite a while and I feel confident in their system and approach. I like that they are always innovating and keeping me informed. If you want a good file storage solution, there's a few options out there, but Dropbox should definitely be on your shortlist.
Travis Tandy, Accountant & Tax Preparer
I have been using Dropbox for business for about 2 years now. I have been using Dropbox the app for even longer than that. Instead of using the My Documents folder I save any and all files to Dropbox, now I have my files anywhere.
George Zugg, Technical Support Engineer at Violin Memory
I have been an avid user of Dropbox for many years now and have reccomended it to most everyone I know or meet. Iknow that Google Drive and Microsoft Drive now do the same things but Dropbox was the originator on backing up Camera Pictures on all my devices and syncronizing my documents across devices and operting systems. I even pay for additonal space as the application has never failed me unlike issues Ive had with Google Drive on one or mre devices.
Daniel Faucitt, Technical Director at RegimA
Best on the market since inception. No sluggishness due to cloud sync as it simply saves locally and syncs in the background (as all cloud storage should IMO). New LAN sync means other terminals on the local network accelerate the process..
Jake Bernstein, Manager, Business Development at Bonfyre App
DropBox is a top of the line cloud-based storage system for your personal or business needs. I've used it for transferring rich media files for music, photos and other files with friends and family, but from there have used it for business needs with my company and co-workers. I highly recommend this app / software for either of the above.
VP New Business and Growth (Computer Software company, 11-50 employees)
I have been using Dropbox both in personal and professional settings and can only recommend it. It's reliable, easy to navigate, easy to share and the price point also provides good value for what it offers.
COO, Nubera (GetApp); Managing Vice President, Gartner (Information Technology and Services company, 5001-10,000 employees)
What i really like is the simplicity of the service which is their biggest strength. It is easy-to-setup and the various clients for PC, Mac or mobile make it very easy to use across all my devices. Even on 3G network the sync works well. It is also possible to set individual dropbox clients to sync selectively, so that you don’t automatically copy every addition to a growing library of media onto the capacity-constrained devices
I've used Hightail and Dropbox. Both work well but slightly different. The advantage to Dropbox for me is cost. It is considerably cheaper per gigabyte for sharing larger files. I use both their on-line interface and the desktop program. The desktop has an icon that indicates upload status. It took me a while to understand that sharing a folder with a colleague means that both of our computers need to be on and if something is deleted or moved on one computer it is deleted on the other. This may be true of all sharing services. My only complaint with Dropbox is that it seems a bit slow to upload. But, again, that may be true of all similar services.
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