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Dropbox iOS App Updated with Automatic Photo and Video Uploads, Free 3GB Storage

Dropbox has released an update to their iOS app to introduce automatic photo and video uploads over 3G/WiFi. By choosing to uploading your photos automatically to Dropbox, you’ll be able to earn up to 3GB of extra storage in 500MB increments. Other new features include a gallery view for your photos, and the ability to delete sets of files at the same time. Also, uploads can now be any size.

 
As you can see below, you will have to authorize Dropbox to access your photos. Photo uploads can be your entire photo library, or just new images as of the update. By default, uploading over 3G is OFF–so those with limited data plans don’t have to worry.

 
Click here to download Dropbox for iOS, it’s free. Let me know how you like the new photo/video upload feature!

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  • Zeus_369

    Did the update….the app launches, allows me to enter my password then kicks me out. Total app crash.

  • Ss2

    Uninstall the app and reinstall it.
     IF you did the app update and had passcode turned on this causes the problem you are having.

  • Zeus_369

    That worked.  Thanks.  Still a crappy fix.  Should update correctly regardless of passcode being turned on.

    Thanks for the help regardless.