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Dropbox 2024 Review

Dropbox is a file hosting service and a modern workspace designed to reduce busywork. That way you can focus on the things that matter. Voted #1 in file sharing tools.


  • Storage files secure in the cloud.
  • Sync and access your files from multiple devices.
  • File recovery and version history.


  • Free plans for up to 2GB of storage.
  • Paid plans starting from US$9.99.

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Dropbox Reviews

Find out what each expert had to say about Dropbox.

Jeff Gapinski

Founder - Huemor
✓ DropBox Prior to fully adopting Google Apps, DropBox was our primary file sharing tool. It’s also a super affordable sharing tool. It’s easy to understand interface and flexibility of integration with multiple other software makes it a clear choice.

Muhammad Ammar Shahid

Digital Marketing Executive - SuperHeroCorp

✓ Dropbox
For individuals and professionals, Dropbox offers the best packages for as low as $119.88/year for 2TB storage space. Otherwise, you can also use a free account that gives you 2GB space with uploading speed 46 sec for 195MB. Besides, it integrates a variety of third-party apps to ease your work needs.

To give a better user experience, Dropbox has also upgraded its desktop client, which now advantages the users to create Google Sheets, Docs, and Slides besides keeping notes of to-do things. It has really helped the professionals to boost their productivity.

Justin Grau

Founder - BizDig

✓ Dropbox
I use Dropbox for my team’s file sharing. It is not the cheapest file sharing tool out there, but I believe it is the most comprehensive.

It allows me to do things like website backup, team file sharing, setting permissions on who can access which files, and it is very established, so I am confident my files are safe and the company is not going to have financial issues resulting in having to make a change in the future.

Kaelum Ross

Founder - What in Tech

✓ Dropbox
If you’re looking for an online file-sharing tool with cloud/sync based options, Dropbox still reigns supreme. With great file compatibility, size allowance and security provisions; it covers all the essentials very well with quality infrastructure and UI.

Yes, there are smaller cloud services that are a tad cheaper for similar storage, but the convenience of having a product that is universally used (not to mention trusted, important when it comes to file transfer) is worth the additional cost.

Ian Peterman

CEO - Peterman Design Firm

✓ Dropbox
For those clients who don’t have/want Google Drive, we use DropBox as it is neutral to the Apple/Google lines.

Internally we use Google drive for our main file system and between employees/contractors, this is partly because we run G-suite and the native integration is seamless.

For clients starting businesses, we recommend the Google ecosystem, including Drive. For one-off transfers, WeTransfer is great, doesn’t require an account and file delete after about a week. Dropbox is similar in features to Google Drive, but without the documents that Google provides. We do recommend it as a Google alternative, for those who don’t want to use any Google products.

Mimi Banks

Founder, MB Social - MB Social

✓ Dropbox
Oldie but goodie. It’s helpful for larger file share and collaboration. It mostly online now and has new features to enable commenting and realtime updates

Josefin Björklund

CEO & Entrepreneur - Topp Casino Bonus

✓ Dropbox Business
I highly recommend Dropbox as it allows us to share files and send file requests to other departments or clients even if they don’t have a Dropbox account. Multiple users can leave comments in the files and can collaborate with Office suite. It can recover deleted files and maintains a history of the file version in case the users want to recover old file versions. It can also back up all the photos as they are added.

Trishan Mehta

Co-Founder - PassionWP

✓ Dropbox
What would I do without Dropbox? I can easily share files and information with anyone I want at the click of the mouse. If I want my blog subscribers to download an ebook, I can set public sharing on for the PDF. I can also create Dropbox Paper and invite my team members to work on it for easy collaboration. The easy sync feature that Dropbox offers makes file sharing an absolute delight for me.

Dan Edmonson

CEO - Dronegenuity

✓ Dropbox
My top recommendation for photographers or photography companies is Dropbox. Dropbox is a cloud service option that allows for a collaborative work environment and unlimited storage capability. Owners have complete control in terms choosing precisely who has access to what files with high security control such as access level, file encryption, and safe file sharing. With the ability to integrate seamlessly with third party services such as Office 365 and Outlook, Dropbox provides the perfect photography file-sharing tool. The flexibility of a three-tiered pricing plan and a 30 day free trial allows the service to be optimized and tested for your particular needs.

Ali Ubaid

Digital Marketer - Decrum

✓ Dropbox
Just like Google Drive, Dropbox also help the business to simplify their work by giving centralize place to access and share the data

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