Dropbox has recently increased their space again. If you recall, Google Drive had this same pricing a while back. Dropbox has now stepped up and matched their pricing at 1TB for $99 a year (or $9.99 a month) to sweeten the deal even more.
Google Drive has finally made its pricing cheaper, at $9.99 a month for 1 TB of storage. That’s pretty impressive, and a pretty awesome deal. Don’t get me wrong, I still despise Google Drive for certain things that they refuse to fix, as mentioned in this article, but for those that love and use the service, or to newer users looking to pay, it’s a great selling point.
If you’ve been here a while, you know we’re fans of cloud storage (particularly Dropbox). Most of you have probably heard of Google Drive. It get’s the job done, but in our opinion, it’s sub-par, and here’s why.
Given the circumstances, it is theoretically possible to sync Dropbox’s installation files through Dropbox itself to sync the same version of the app to multiple devices. This would theoretically allow you to update the app on one computer, and have the install files sync to other versions of Dropbox.
Please note that this is theoretical, and has not been tested on any computers. Do this at your own risk.