Dropbox for Android now lets paying users save files for offline viewing

Cloud file syncing and sharing company Dropbox today is announcing the launch of mobile offline folders for paying customers. Those with Dropbox Pro, Business, and Enterprise plans should see the feature show up on Android devices in the next few days. Box also lets users save files for offline access on mobile. With mobile offline folders, you can tag an entire folder to have its contents automatically synced to your phone or tablet  no need to mark individual files for download.

https://blogs.dropbox.com/dropbox/2016/12/dropbox-mobile-offline-folders-let-you-work-on-the-go/

2 thoughts on “Dropbox for Android now lets paying users save files for offline viewing

  • December 19, 2016 at 7:16 am
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    Dropbox works well for sync. Check out this “cloudless” sharing service called Binfer. Here’s about direct file sharing

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    • December 23, 2016 at 1:58 am
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      I do not see any url in your comment ?

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