Alternatives to Dropbox for all platforms with any license


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    Store email, contacts, calendars, photos, music, books, apps and more in the cloud and access them on all your devices.

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    pCloud is your personal online storage space for your memorable photos and videos, your favorite music or important work documents.

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone

    • pCloud is a good alternative to Dropbox because it offers the same functionality with the following benefits: 1. It offers the option of an encrypted folder, so even pCloud employees can't see or steal your data; 2. pCloud is based in Switzerland where privacy rules are far stronger than in the US. 3. pCloud offers a larger amount of free space (5GB vs 2GB from Dropbox.) JohnFastmanDec 2016 Disagree   Agree
    • Data privacy is far better than Dropbox, and the encrypted folder works well. It acts just like a drive connected to your PC, not a folder, so the file is stored directly in your cloud account, and not at all on your device. When you het the larger drives (I have the 2TB), it allows me to run the Built-in backup utilities on the web interface to back up Dropbox, facebook, Google Drive and Google Photo's, giving me an extra level of redundancy in my backups. Guest • Mar 2017 Disagree   Agree
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    Tresorit is a security solution for distributed storage systems, and with it a group of users can share secure content without trusting any administrator or third party...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Android iPhone ... Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad Blackberry 10

    • Tresorit does everything Dropbox does, except that it's far more secure and private. It operates in Switzerland and keeps your files encrypted in a way that even the employees can't see them. This means that if they were hacked, your information isn't going to be leaked and they can't pass it on to snooping three-letter agencies. Guest • Sep 2016 Disagree   Agree
    • End-to-end encrypted Dropbox alternative. Does what Dropbox, Google Drive and others do. But the files are only ever encrypted with passwords you keep, on your computer. So Tresorit doesn't get to see your private stuff. Expensive for individuals, though, but fantastic security. JohnFastmanNov 2016 Disagree   Agree
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    Amazon Drive

    Amazon Drive is your hard drive in the cloud. Store your music, videos, photos, and documents on Amazon's secure servers. All you need is a web browser to upload...

    Freemium Mac Windows Web Android iPhone ... Android Tablet iPad Kindle Fire

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    Pydio is the mature alternative to Dropbox and, to build your own box, on your own servers. Pydio is an open source file sharing platform for the enterprise...

    Free Personal Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Self-Hosted

    • Pydio is very similar to Owncloud, therefore if owncloud is deemed an alternative to Dropbox, so is Pydio Guest • Jul 2015 Disagree   Agree
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    SyncTrayzor is a wrapper for Syncthing which allows Syncthing's window to be hidden in the tray area. SyncTrayzor has a built-in web browser to manage Syncthing...

    Open Source Windows Syncthing

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    Syncany is an open-source cloud storage and filesharing application. It allows users to backup and share certain folders of their workstations using any kind of storage...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

    • Discontinued "The core team of Syncany is on hiatus for an indefinite amount of time." See
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    Sync makes it easy to store, share and access your files from everywhere - your privacy guaranteed. Get 5GB free or 500GB Pro account for $49/yr.

    Freemium Mac Windows Web Android iPhone ... iPad

    • is a MUCH better choice than Dropbox (unless you use Linux), because it does everything Dropbox does, but it uses end-to-end encryption to ensure that your data is stored in a way only you can view it. That's not true of Dropbox, because they keep the encryption keys, which can be used by employees to see what you've got, stolen by hackers or passed on to the feds. JohnFastmanDec 2016 Disagree   Agree
    • End-to-end encryption and simple interface makes a good alternative. The vault, where you can archive files in the cloud, is a nice touch. Guest • May 2017 Disagree   Agree

Dropbox Comments

Dropbox very useful application

Comment by milnerelena
about Dropbox · Jun 2017 ·

Very useful application. I use at work and at home. I can quickly share files with friends and colleagues.


File Sharing

Comment by thermotemp
about Dropbox · Mar 2017 · -1 Helpful

I use dropbox for my file sharing where in i handled content writers that send me weekly reports and this tools is really helpful.


Annoying nags and disregard for users

about Dropbox · ·

When you're close to the storage limit on a free plan (which if you've been using Dropbox for a long time is usually fairly generous), you get a daily nag to subscribe to a paid plan.

Other users have pointed out the many privacy issues with Dropbox, but what finally drove me to switch was their casual disregard for macOS users when they decided to hack our computer's security to display their badge on top of other apps.


very good storage place

about Dropbox · · -1 Helpful

a very safe and secure storage place. has got many new updates. upgrading to the higher versions gives many more features- camera uploads, passcodes and lot more. very helpful.

a very safe and secure storage place.

No it's not. They don't implement end-to-end encryption so your data can be accessed by them and anyone who hacks their servers (has happened). They have also been a target by intelligence agencies wanting to snoop on people's data. For more info, see here: (service)#Privacyconcerns

... or read my review under the Reviews tab, here on There are many better Dropbox alternatives.



Comment by thiagodcosta11
about Dropbox · Nov 2016 ·

i think this is a great way to organized and share your media files. I have used this several times and haven't got any issues with it



Comment by sophiaschuler600
about Dropbox · Aug 2016 ·

i really like it, it think it works great and is very useful


Dropbox - Save box

about Dropbox · · 2 Helpful

While I worked as a project manager , I needed to send layouts and designs to customers . Dropbox really helped to separate different projects.


Keep Your Eyes Open

about Dropbox and Google Drive · · 1 Helpful

I've got to say that while I use both Dropbox and Google Drive; I prefer Dropbox in the area that through various promotions they've upgraded my storage space to an insane amount. While in my eyes Google Drive works better, and interfaces well Gmail and other Google apps, my storage space in Google Drive is a mere 10% of what I get in Dropbox and with Dropbox I got some storage space for free, and other increases with incredibly low prices.

So if you're considering the two, that may be worth looking into.


like it but..

Comment by markcarandini
about Dropbox · Apr 2016 ·

i really like Drop Box but they really need to increase the storage for free users


Awesome Service

Comment by AlexBrown11
about Dropbox · Apr 2016 ·

Drop box is a great service but the space should be increased for free accounts.


Great program, lacks space

about Dropbox · · 1 Helpful

I consider myself to be a Dropbox fan. As an early adopter of the program, I found it extremely handy for handling large documents without having to take around my computer, and later on, to see in tablets and phones. Syncing is great and sharing is fast. However, I do feel that they need to extend their space. 2 GB free is too small and fills up quickly. Having to refer others to gain more space from the minuscule already given is a hassle.


Works great

about Dropbox · ·

Keeps all of my files in sync between my desktop, laptop, tablet, phone, and ipad.


Great Cloud Storage & File sync

about Dropbox and Google Drive · ·

I like Google Drive more when it comes down to work collaboratively on documents.

But as most of my daily business is about sharing, syncing and backing up files Dropbox is my first choise. It smoothly integrates with your personal file system so that you do not need to worry about anything. Only speed of syncing is sometimes a bit slow...



about Dropbox · ·

There are better alternatives in terms of functionality and free space.

2GB is pathetic for free storage.

agree - still prefer Google Drive