Dropbox for Mac is an incredibly useful file storage and sharing program. Because it is cloud-based, you can access your Dropbox files from practically any device with an internet connection. This page refers to the install of Dropbox for Mac, though it can also be accessed from the web, Windows install, and iOS, Android, Google and Windows apps.
With Dropbox for Mac, you can store all your files and access them from anywhere. Your changes will automatically sync across all your devices, so you'll always have access to the latest version of your files.
Key features include:
Cloud-based file storage.
Easy file sharing.
Seamless app integration.
Business and individual accounts.
Access your files anywhere, anytime.
Whether you're working alone or as part of a team, you'll be able to store, share and collaborate on your files as and when you want to. Dropbox for Mac has a range of individual and business plans to choose from if you're looking for more than the standard free document storage solution.
Dropbox for Mac's paid plans unlock a heap of advanced features to optimise your workflow. Dropbox Business plans give you Paper, a collaborative workspace for your team, while Showcase allows you to turn your files into a beautifully packaged page to share with clients, colleagues, and more.
Overall, Dropbox is one of the most popular and recognisable cloud storage services available. It integrates seamlessly with a range of everyday tools to improve your workflow, and paid plans unlock a great range of advanced features for businesses and individuals.
Requirements: Mac OS X
Languages: Multiple languages
Thanks for using Dropbox! Here are the user-visible changes in v64:
Fix the tray icon to work in more Linux desktop environments. Specifically:
XFCE. Tested on Xubuntu 18.04 and Xubuntu 14.04.
LXDE. Tested on Lubuntu 18.04.
Gnome Flashback. Tested on Ubuntu 18.04.
MATE. Tested on Ubuntu 18.04.
Gnome on Fedora 29 with the “(K)StatusNotifierItem/AppIndicator Support” extension and libappindicator installed. (Note, the “TopIcons Plus” extension worked previously, and still works.)
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