Dropbox for iPad is a file hosting service operated by an American company named Dropboz, Inc.; Dropbox offers Cloud storage, personal cloud, file synchronization and client software. It was founded in 2007, by the MIT students named Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi as a startup company with the funding from seed accelerator Y Combinator. Dropbox for iPad is available in both free and paid versions. The free version will offer 2Gb of free space while paid version will provide you one terabyte of free storage space with the additional features of advanced sharing controls, remote wipe, and an optional Extended Version History add-on.
Dropbox is the safest place to keep your important photos, docs, videos, and other files. Files that you keep in Dropbox are safely backed up, and you can get to them from all your devices. Dropbox for iPad also provides the feature to share files between Dropbox account and the other people, i.e., the data can be shared with peoples who does not have a Dropbox Account. The Dropbox app allows the users to drop any file into a designated folder and then it will be automatically to the cloud-based service, and it will be available on all devices which have Dropbox installed on it. When a file is deleted in Dropbox, users can recover those files within 30 days, while the recovery period is extended up to one year for paid users. Hence Dropbox is a much-needed app to store your images, videos, audios, documents and other important files with safe.
Features of Dropbox:
The top features of Dropbox are listed below
Sync your Files: With Dropbox, you can sync any files like documents, videos, audio’s images and other important files that may be of any size.
Free Storage: Dropbox provides 2 Gigabyte of free storage space to free users while it provides 1 Terabyte of free storage space to premium or paid users.
Sync between Devices: Users can sync their files with other devices which have Dropbox installed on it. They can sync with the help of Dropbox account.
Automatic Sync: Dropbox will automatically sync the files when any new data or any changes are detected.
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File Recovery: If the files in Dropbox become deleted, it can be recovered within 30 days while the recovery period is extended up to one year for premium users.
Online Backup Feature: With the Online Backup feature, Dropbox will automatically back up the files to the cloud-based service.
Offline Mode: There is no need of internet connection while using Dropbox. When you add files in the offline mode, Dropbox will sync those files automatically when go you go online.
Share link: With Dropbox, You can share links to your largest files without using any email attachments.
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