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macOS 12.3 Beta breaks file syncing with OneDrive and Dropbox

Apple released the first beta release of macOS 12.3 on Thursday, alongside the first beta of iOS/iPad OS 15.4. Some cloud sync services haven't worked reliably on macOS 12 Monterey since its release last year, and now those services are broken entirely due to the deprecation of a kernel extension. The release notes for macOS 12.3...

Dropbox is finally testing native M1 support on macOS

Dropbox might not be the most popular cloud storage service at this point, especially with Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive usually offering better pricing and features, but it's still used by many people to keep their files synchronized across different devices. Dropbox has been slow to update its macOS application with support for Mac computers...

Dropbox adds Automated Folders and a new tagging system to let you easily organize files

Dropbox, the popular file hosting service, has announced new tools to make it easier to search and keep your files organized. The new features include automated folders, an automated dashboard, a new tagging system for files and folders, multi-file organize actions, and more. Automated folders are folders that automatically organize themselves (via The Verge). The feature...

Looking for Google Photos alternatives? You probably shouldn’t

In November last year, Google announced that it would no longer offer unlimited free storage for "high quality" photos on Google Photos starting June 1, 2021. A lot of you may be on the lookout for a Google Photos alternative. But is there any service out there that offers a similar (or better) cloud storage...

Dropbox is making its password manager available to all users next month

Dropbox users on a free Basic plan will soon get access to the service’s password manager. Dropbox Passwords, a feature introduced in August of last year to rival services like 1Password, was previously only available for Plus subscribers. The free version of Dropbox Passwords will offer the same zero-knowledge encryption feature, which means saved passwords and...

Dropbox launches its password manager, secure folder, and computer backups for Plus plans

Dropbox Plus users were treated to a slew of new features today, including the company’s new password manager, PIN-protected folder, and computer backup. In a blog post, the company announced that Dropbox Passwords, Dropbox Vault, and computer backup are no longer in beta and are now available for users on Dropbox Plus (and Professional) plans. Dropbox Passwords...

Dropbox is working on a password manager

Using a password manager can play an important part in keeping your online accounts safe. There are plenty to choose from in the Google Play Store and now we have one more. Dropbox Passwords is a new password manager from, you guessed it, Dropbox, and it's in invite-only early access right now. The design of Dropbox...

Dropbox announces integrations with Google Drive, Hangouts, and Gmail

Dropbox had a major role in making cloud storage popular. Unfortunately, the company still gives only 2GB of storage for a free account, an amount which has long since been surpassed by Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. The service has managed to retain many loyal consumers, and now, it's getting integration with Google's cloud productivity...

OnePlus Partners With Dropbox, Discounts One To $249

OnePlus had a big announcement slated for June 1st. While the company did not release the OnePlus 2 as everyone hoped and wanted, they did announce a limited-time price cut on the OnePlus One. Experimenting with the flash sales model, OnePlus sold the OnePlus One at a discounted price for a whole week at alternate times....