Dropbox Case Study


File syncing, storage & sharing platform

4.5/5 (14,036 reviews)

Dropbox use case: Nida Rasheed

Nida Rasheed

Verified Reviewer  
9th of August, 2016
Pro Account of Dropbox is Worth the Money

I love Dropbox and have been on the free account since it launched. Recently I signed up for a paid account and I could not be happier. I use Dropbox to store all work documents, images and videos and really appreciate how easy all of this is. My family also uses Dropbox to share pictures with me, and I love how even the least tech-savvy person in my family manages to do so without issues.

What do you like best?

Easy to use. The apps work great on any phone. Easy to revoke access to devices (for example if you signed in on a shared computer). Syncs with so many other services.

What do you dislike?

None. I love Dropbox and cannot think of one think that I would change.

Why did you end up selecting Dropbox over other applications?

Dropbox is easier to use. The app works better. It's less cluttered.

If so, why did you switch?

Google Drive becomes cluttered and I don't like that I have to go to Google Docs to view and edit documents, plus it doesn't sync as seamlessly from my computer.

What is your main use case with Dropbox?

Storing videos, images and work documents.

Give one example how Dropbox has improved the way your organization functions

Easier to share large documents with each other.

What is your ROI?


Likelihood to recommend


Recommendations to others considering Dropbox

Sign up for the pro account. The $10/month gets you 1Tb, which is more than enough to back up all your movies, videos, images and work documents and still have space leftover.

Time used

2+ years

Frequency of use


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