You know Dropbox: it’s that thing you’ve probably used already to store, synchronise and share files and folders so that you can access them on any of your devices.
Add a file to your account and it’s instantly available on all your Dropbox-enabled devices. You can also share your files with anybody who has a web browser – they don’t need to have the app to access the things you share with them.
Supporting so many different devices makes Dropbox incredibly useful: we use it for sharing work documents, invoicing clients and even collaborating on GarageBand projects.
Every Dropbox account comes with 2GB of free storage space, and you can upgrade to a whopping 1TB if you subscribe to Dropbox Plus.
It’s particularly good for teamwork, when being able to share files and folders without having to play email tennis or having lots of different versions flying around is really useful.
It also has a handy scanning feature so you can use your iPhone or iPad camera to scan and share images such as travel expenses or a diagram you’ve doodled on paper.
Fast, useful and utterly reliable, Dropbox is a brilliant app for sharing and syncing.