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How much can I store on my mobile device?

The Dropbox iPhone app can save as many files as your iPhone or iPod Touch can hold or Dropbox space allows. If you find yourself running out of space, removing files you've made available offline will clear space on your phone. If you're running out of Dropbox space, you can either delete files from your Dropbox or you might want to consider upgrading to a bigger Dropbox.

The Dropbox iPad app can save as many files as your iPad can hold or Dropbox space allows. If you find yourself running out of space on your iPad, removing files you've made available offline will help clear space. If you're running out of Dropbox space, you can either delete files from your Dropbox or you might want to consider upgrading to a bigger Dropbox.

The Dropbox Android app can save as many files as your phone or tablet can hold or your Dropbox space allows. If you find yourself running out of space on your Android, removing files from the offline files tab will help clear space. If you're running out of Dropbox space, you can either delete files from your Dropbox or you might want to consider upgrading to a bigger Dropbox.

The Dropbox Windows phone app can save as many files as your Windows phone can hold or your Dropbox storage limit allows. If you find yourself running out of space on your Windows phone, removing files from your offline files tab will clear up space on your device. If you're running out of Dropbox space, you can delete files from your Dropbox, or you might want to consider upgrading to a bigger Dropbox.

Within the app settings you can manually clear the cache, which stores recently used files, by following these steps:

  1. From your root Dropbox on the Files, Photos, or Offline tab, tap the ellipses () button from the app bar and select Settings.
  2. Tap Cache.
  3. Tap Clear Cache.

The Dropbox Windows tablet app can save as many files as your Windows tablet can hold or your Dropbox storage limit allows. If you find yourself running out of space on your Windows tablet, removing files from your offline files tab will clear up space on your device. If you're running out of Dropbox space, you can delete files from your Dropbox, or you might want to consider upgrading to a larger Dropbox.

Within the app settings you can manually clear the cache, which stores recently used files, by following these steps:

  1. Swipe in from the right edge of your screen and tap Settings.
  2. Tap Cache.
  3. Tap Clear Cache.

The Dropbox Blackberry app will store a local copy of each file you open in your Dropbox folder on your SD card or local memory. If you find you're running out of space on your phone, removing files from your SD card will help clear space. If you're running out of Dropbox space, you can either delete files from your Dropbox or you might want to consider upgrading to a bigger Dropbox.