Dropbox has today slashed its pricing and doubled the maximum storage space from 500GB to 1TB. Up until yesterday, you’d have been paying $500/year for 500GB; today you can pay just $120/year (or $99/year when paying annually) for a terabyte.

The new deal finally brings Dropbox into line with Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. Apple users may want to hold off for now, however, with Apple’s new iCloud pricing – which includes iCloud Drive – expected to be broadly similar … 

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Dropbox updated its iOS app a couple of days ago, providing the ability to search within Word and Powerpoint documents and allowing for animated GIFs (who ever imagined those would make the come-back they have?).

If you’re keen to take advantage of all that extra space, our tutorial walks you through how to get the most from the service.

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