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Dropbox Public Beta With macOS 12.3 Support to Launch in Q4

Dropbox support has just confirmed that a public beta with full support for macOS will be released in Q4 this year, making the desktop app fully compatible with macOS 12.3 (Monterey). Dropbox users on macOS 12.3 see a compatibility warning about the Dropbox system extension, which results in users being unable to open online-only files stored...

Dropbox CEO Confirms Apple Silicon Support Coming in 2022

Dropbox caused quite the online uproar after it said it would only support Apple Silicon for Mac if users were to upvote the feature in its forums. A spokesperson for Dropbox reached out to iPhone in Canada to clarify the company’s stance on the matter, pointing us to Houston’s statement on Twitter, shared Thursday morning....

Dropbox Mac App Still Doesn’t Support Apple Silicon [Update]

Update Oct. 28, 1:09pm: Dropbox says it will now support Apple Silicon in 2022. Our original story remains below. === Dropbox still doesn't support Apple silicon, and the company says the issue still needs more votes before it can move ahead, leaving customers furious. It has been nearly a year since Apple first launched its...

How to Fix Dropbox Not Working in macOS Big Sur Beta

If you recently installed macOS Big Sur beta, you may have noticed Dropbox doesn’t start properly. This means you won’t be able to access your files saved to the cloud service. But there is finally a fix out for Dropbox not working in macOS 11 Big Sur, as the online storage company has released a...

Zoom Security Issues Well-Documented by Business Partners Like Dropbox

A New York Times report outlines how the file-hosting service Dropbox became worried about the security of the video-conferencing app Zoom which has become wildly popular during the coronavirus pandemic as many worldwide are forced to work from home. Zoom has recently been trying to improve its security measures following multiple media reports of privacy...

Outlook, WhatsApp, and More Extensions Now Available for Dropbox

Dropbox has today announced that it is nearly doubling the number of Extensions available for its app with 13 new and updated partner apps, including WhatsApp, Vimeo, Workplace by Facebook, Microsoft Teams, Gmail, Outlook, and more (via Engadget). Dropbox launched Extensions last year, which let users do stuff like signing contracts or annotating videos, all from within...

Dropbox Announces New Features for its Premium Subscribers

Dropbox has today introduced three new features for users on its premium plans i.e. Dropbox Rewind, enhanced Dropbox Smart Sync, and watermarking. Additionally, the company has also announced improved Dropbox Plus and Dropbox Professional storage plans. With Dropbox Rewind, users can now roll back folders or their entire account. Dropbox says that premium users can now...

You Can Now Edit Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides Without Leaving Dropbox

At the annual cloud-focused Google Cloud Next ’19 conference today, Dropbox announced a new feature that allows users to work with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides without leaving Dropbox. As pointed out by VentureBeat, however, the ability to edit G Suite documents within Dropbox is only available to Business users of the service. While Google and Dropbox have...

Dropbox Limits the Number of Linked Devices for Basic Accounts

Until now, free Dropbox Basic Account users have been able to link an unlimited number of devices to their accounts. However, Dropbox is changing how linking works for free accounts and is now limiting this number to just three devices, as pointed out by Slash Gear.  Dropbox Plus and Dropbox Premium users will still be able...

Dropbox Launches Guides and Trainings for New and Pro Users

Aimed at helping new and pro users get the most out of their Dropbox accounts, the company has today launched a one-stop-shop for learning about Dropbox, offering a handful of quick start guides as well as instructor-led training. Dropbox notes that its training guides work for all learning styles, from go-at-your-own-pace videos to virtual walkthroughs with...

Dropbox’s Red Team Accidentally Discovers Apple Zero-Day Exploit Chain

Dropbox's red team recently discovered an Apple zero-day exploit chain by accident while probing vulnerabilities in their software. According to a new report from ZDNet, Dropbox’s head of security, Chris Evans, shared a story of how critical bugs in popular software can get fixed when good hackers do the right thing. While probing DropBox's cloud storage system...