One of the key differences between iCloud and Dropbox is that iCloud will sync the native macOS documents folder along with your desktop. I have found the desktop syncing to be highly useful since I have a MacBook Pro at home and one at work along with iOS devices. I love being able to drop a file on the desktop and have it appear everywhere. Until now, Dropbox was limited to syncing its folder, but the latest Dropbox beta shows the company is expanding beyond being a ‘folder that syncs.’ expand full story
Dropbox Stories March 28
Dropbox Stories November 4, 2019
Dropbox Transfer now available for all customers to share up to 100GB files
Dropbox Transfer has left beta and is now available for all customers. The handy feature allows for sharing of very large files up to 100GB in size.
Dropbox Stories October 31, 2019
Dropbox updates its third-party extensions with Gmail, Outlook, WhatsApp, more
Dropbox is out today with a solid expansion of its third-party extensions to help customers more easily get work done. New Dropbox App Extensions include Gmail, Microsoft Outlook, WhatsApp, Freshbooks, and more.
Dropbox Stories July 24, 2019
Dropbox Stories June 11, 2019
Dropbox has released an all-new Mac app today and updated its web and iOS apps to unify and enhance the user experience across all platforms. The update also brings new integrations with third-party software like Slack and improved collaboration features like pinning files, to-dos in folders, and much more.
Dropbox Stories June 4, 2019
Dropbox Paper tables gaining support for images, sorting, to-dos, and more
Dropbox Paper is receiving an update today that brings more powerful tables with support for images, to-dos, expanded colors, sorting, and more.