Your stuff, anywhere
Wherever you are
Put your stuff in Dropbox and get to it from your computers, phones, or tablets. Edit docs, automatically add photos, and show off videos from anywhere.
Share with confidence
Share photos with friends. Work with your team like you're using a single computer. Everything's automatically private, so you control who sees what.
Safe and secure
Even if your phone goes for a swim, your stuff is always safe in Dropbox and can be restored in a snap. Dropbox secures your files with 256-bit AES encryption and two-step verification.
Without Doubt, one of my favorite apps. Far better than google drive.
Syncing your files between all of your computers, smartphones, and tablets is what Dropbox is all about.
All you have to do is install the Dropbox desktop application and sign in using the same login on all your devices.
If you've already installed Dropbox, simply adding files to your Dropbox folder will automatically sync the file to your Dropbox, which means you can open it from any other computer, smartphone, or tablet that also has Dropbox installed.
If you'd rather sync some files with other people on other Dropbox accounts, that's easy too; just create a shared folder instead.
Install the Dropbox app
Start by downloading Dropbox on each computer, smartphone, and tablet you want to sync with.
When installing, you will be prompted to either sign in or create a new account. You only need one account no matter how many devices you want to keep in sync.
Once Dropbox is installed, you'll notice a new Dropbox folder on your hard drive. Add files to your Dropbox folder, and Dropbox will automatically watch them and make sure they are in sync. You can now access your files through the Dropbox website.
Once you have installed the application on each of your computers using the same Dropbox login, your files will appear in the Dropbox folders of those computers as well.
That's it. Dropbox will watch your Dropbox folder and automatically make sure your files are the same no matter where you access them. No buttons are needed and no further settings are required.
You don't have to do anything.
Shared folders with others?
Share a folder in your Dropbox with others so that you can collaborate on the same files and folders. Changes to the contents of a shared folder are synced with other members almost instantly. It's a great solution to working together on large projects, sharing important family photos or documents, and any other collaborative effort.
How do I create a shared folder?
You can share a folder right from your computer if you've installed the Dropbox desktop application.
Open your Dropbox folder.
Right-click on the folder you want to share to bring up a menu.
Select Dropbox > Share This Folder.... This will open the Sharing page on the Dropbox website.
Enter the email addresses of the people you want to invite.
Add a personal message if you'd like and click Share folder.