dropbox Stories July 2, 2018

expiredGet 1TB of Dropbox cloud storage + a $20 Amazon gift card at $99 (today only)

Today only, as part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon is offering 1-year of Dropbox Plus with 1TB of cloud storage for $99 with a $20 Amazon Gift Card attached. Regularly $100 from Dropbox or Amazon, you’re saving $20 here with the value of the gift card. A Plus account provides offline folders on mobile, remote device wiping, priority email support, and the ability to “restore accidentally deleted or changed files for up to 30 days”.

dropbox Stories February 2, 2018

expiredDropbox Plus Annual Memberships drop to $70: store all your photos, files and more

Dell is offering an annual subscription to Dropbox Plus for $69.99. That’s good for $29 off the regular price and the second best offer we’ve tracked, outside of holiday mentions with a bundled gift card. If you’re looking for an alternative to iCloud, a Dropbox Plus subscription delivers 1TB of storage, 256-bit encryption and integration with a wide-range of popular apps.

dropbox Stories April 15, 2016

expiredPDF Forms for iOS goes free for the first time in nearly a year ($8 value)

PDF Forms for iOS is now available for free on the App Store. Regularly listed between $5 and $8, this is the first time we have seen this app go free since July of 2015. It has a 4+ star rating from over 1,250 users.

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dropbox Stories September 3, 2015

1Password is arguably one of the best password management system around, and certainly one of our favorite. Today, it is on sale at the Mac App Store for $34.99. At regular $50, this is matching the best price we have seen on the Mac App Store and within $7 of a limited promo code deal from over 3 months ago. We haven’t seen it go for less on the Mac App Store in over a year.

However, those with access to a .edu email address can get the Mac app for even less. Over on the official AgileBits shop, 1Password for Mac is just $27.99 using a .edu email address during checkout. That’s matching our previous limited promo price and the best we have seen in over a year. Student and faculty members are eligible for the discounted rate and should checkout using a .edu email. If you don’t have a .edu email, you can checkout with your regular email but you should have an active student/faculty ID available in case you’re contacted by AgileBits

Keep in mind, you will get updates faster purchasing the app directly from Agile, but there is no iCloud syncing like the Mac App Store version. Agile’s purchase does support Dropbox for cross-platforming syncing though (Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone).

The App Store Best of 2014 winner keeps your accounts safe by storing/creating complicated passwords and logs you in with a single click: expand full story

dropbox Stories June 4, 2015


Update (6/4 3:30pm): Apple has now officially selected 2Do as the new Free App of the Week.

The very popular 2Do task management universal iOS app has gone free for the first time since it was originally released over three years ago. It regularly goes for $15 and has not been under $9.99 in over a year. With 18,000+ reviewers rating it 4.5/5 stars since its release, this app is certainly worth a download.


2Do takes a “completely different approach” to task management. Its flat and clean interface removes any distractions so users can focus on the work at hand. Most notably, 2Do has been updated with Apple Watch support and works with many popular services like Dropbox, Apple’s Reminders and Siri. It has a companion Mac app that has received a 50% price drop, down to $24.99, coinciding with the iOS version going free.

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dropbox Stories February 19, 2015

expiredDropbox users can get an extra 100GB of OneDrive storage for free

Update (2/20 7:45am): We’ve confirmed that you can stack this deal with the Bing Rewards offer to get 200GB of OneDrive storage.

Dropbox users are eligible to get an additional 100GB of complimentary OneDrive storage for one year. New or existing OneDrive users simply have to sign-in to their account at this promotional page and link OneDrive with Dropbox. It’s a pretty painless way to grab an extra 100GB of storage.

No official word on if you can combo this with last week’s Bing Rewards promotion that gave OneDrive users an extra 100GB of storage for two years by joining Bing Rewards. If you have to choose only one, today’s promotion doesn’t require the extra sign-up, which is nice.

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