Dropbox Camera upload Now accessible to all free users. The past few years and a half have changed the world in a lot of ways. Almost all the aspects of modern life now had been further impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially work and education.
Even as the restriction is slowly getting lifted in some places, the lines that would divide work and home would get blurrier. Those that would be working at home or remote work arrangements are mostly made possible by the internet and the cloud. And Dropbox is now announcing some amazing new features and changes that would further empower such hybrid workflows.
Dropbox Camera Upload Accessible to free Users
Dropbox has for a long time be switched to a different tiered business model that left a lot of free Basic users that is wishing that they could be able to purchase cloud service’s paid subscriptions. Fortunately, Dropbox does make some incredible features available to the Basic tier from time to time. One example happens to be Dropbox’s Photo backups that users are now able to enjoy, regardless of tier.
Dropbox Account Backup
With Dropbox’s camera uploads, users also get to automatically backup photos coming from smartphones. And with that, they can be accessed through any device that is connected right to your Dropbox account. Rather than you just explaining everything. However, users also get to select the albums to automatically backup and how they would get saved to the cloud. This latter feature would now be available right on Dropbox for iOS but Android users are promised their turn would come very soon.
Many Dropbox users employ the cloud storage that was created to store just phones but also images for work. Those might just come in certain formats that happen to differ from the requirement of a certain task or document. Rather than just having to download the image, convert it right into a different format, and then reupload it. Dropbox now happens to offer a way for you to convert files right there and then.
Dropbox Passwords also would be made available to Basic users, and it is also getting some amazing new features that would further make your online a little bit easier. From filling in login forms to saving credit card information to securely sharing passwords. Dropbox Passwords is now expanding the right to become a true-blooded password manager in its own right, one that happens to not require another account for it to sign up for and secure.