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Dropbox Plus is a single home for your work and your personal stuff. With 1 TB (1,000 GB) of space, unrivaled sync, and offline access on all devices, everything is available no matter where or when you need it.

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If something happens to your computer, phone, or tablet, all the files in your Dropbox are safe. You can even delete your Dropbox folder from a stolen device.

Millions of people use Dropbox Plus for work and life

Here are just a few:

Heather Day, Artist
Elias Weiss Friedman, Photographer

Heather Day, Artist

Heather Day is an abstract painter working in Oakland, California. She uses Dropbox to share her work with galleries and clients and to collaborate on projects with other designers. You can find her work at heatherdayart.com

“Before Dropbox Plus, my workflow was pretty cumbersome. I use Dropbox every day now, and it makes me more productive — I use it to share images of recent paintings, price lists, and large design files. There’s no backtracking, and I never need to resend files — I just update the images in Dropbox, and everyone has the most recent versions.”

Photo credit: Kathryn Rummel

Elias Weiss Friedman, Photographer

Elias Weiss Friedman missed having a dog, so he started The Dogist: a photo-documentary series about the beauty of dogs. Since he launched this project in October 2013, he’s attracted nearly 200k followers across platforms and been featured in publications like Buzzfeed, Cosmopolitan, and Today.com. He uses Dropbox Plus to store and share his photos.

“Dropbox Plus is my bridge between the cutting room and social media. It’s elegantly simple and it works wherever I am. It’s a must for any photographer who shares their work regularly.”

Delphine Hirasuna, Author

Heather Day, Artist

Heather Day is an abstract painter working in Oakland, California. She uses Dropbox to share her work with galleries and clients and to collaborate on projects with other designers. You can find her work at heatherdayart.com

“Before Dropbox Plus, my workflow was pretty cumbersome. I use Dropbox every day now, and it makes me more productive — I use it to share images of recent paintings, price lists, and large design files. There’s no backtracking, and I never need to resend files — I just update the images in Dropbox, and everyone has the most recent versions.”

Photo credit: Kathryn Rummel

Elias Weiss Friedman, Photographer

Elias Weiss Friedman missed having a dog, so he started The Dogist: a photo-documentary series about the beauty of dogs. Since he launched this project in October 2013, he’s attracted nearly 200k followers across platforms and been featured in publications like Buzzfeed, Cosmopolitan, and Today.com. He uses Dropbox Plus to store and share his photos.

“Dropbox Plus is my bridge between the cutting room and social media. It’s elegantly simple and it works wherever I am. It’s a must for any photographer who shares their work regularly.”

Delphine Hirasuna, Author

Delphine Hirasuna is the editor of @Issue: Journal of Business and Design, and author of The Art of Gaman, a book that explores the arts and crafts created by those incarcerated in Japanese American internment camps during World War II. The Art of Gaman was turned into an exhibition shown to date at the Smithsonian and other museums in the U.S. and Japan. Delphine uses Dropbox Plus to share photographs with host museums and to keep research, interviews, and drafts of articles for @Issue.

“I tend to shy away from technology, but I love Dropbox. I keep everything in it, and it’s nice to know I can use it anywhere. It’s like I have a traveling office wherever I am.”

Edwin Vandevyver, Photographer

Delphine Hirasuna, Author

Delphine Hirasuna is the editor of @Issue: Journal of Business and Design, and author of The Art of Gaman, a book that explores the arts and crafts created by those incarcerated in Japanese American internment camps during World War II. The Art of Gaman was turned into an exhibition shown to date at the Smithsonian and other museums in the U.S. and Japan. Delphine uses Dropbox Plus to share photographs with host museums and to keep research, interviews, and drafts of articles for @Issue.

“I tend to shy away from technology, but I love Dropbox. I keep everything in it, and it’s nice to know I can use it anywhere. It’s like I have a traveling office wherever I am.”

Edwin Vandevyver, Photographer

Edwin Vandevyver is a Belgian wedding photographer based in Barcelona. He’s shot weddings across Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Hong Kong. He and his team of two photographers can shoot up to five weddings in one weekend. Edwin works with a retoucher in Argentina, as well as editors in Spain. He uses Dropbox Plus to share work with his clients.

“I love Dropbox Plus - it’s the only way I deliver photos anymore. It’s seamless and so easy to use. I just put everything in Dropbox, and my clients can immediately browse and download the photos from their big day, even if they’re off honeymooning on the other side of the world. ”

Katie Blanchet, Professor
Keegan DeWitt, Musician

Katie Blanchet, Professor

Katie Blanchet is a history professor at the University of Minnesota. She splits her time between research and teaching, and coordinates sharing materials with her research assistant and hundreds of students all through Dropbox Plus.

“I use Dropbox Plus for everything. When I’m doing research in archives from Germany to the Caribbean, everything I transcribe or photograph goes straight into Dropbox. It lets my research assistant start working on translations immediately, and when I get back to my home office, I have all the files I need waiting for me, so I can continue my work uninterrupted.”

Keegan DeWitt, Musician

Keegan DeWitt is a film score composer, performer, and part of the band Wild Cub. He wrote the score for the Oscar Award-winning short documentary ‘Inocente,’ has taken four films to Sundance over the last two years, and recently released a critically acclaimed album with his band Wild Cub. He uses Dropbox to store his music and run much of his business.

“I spend a lot of time on the road, so I’ll often start a new piece of music in the studio and then we’ll go on tour and I’ll need to have that on my laptop. I have my entire score library synced to Dropbox, so I can work on the exact same files wherever I am.”

Photo credit: Will Holland

Edwin Vandevyver, Photographer

Edwin Vandevyver is a Belgian wedding photographer based in Barcelona. He’s shot weddings across Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Hong Kong. He and his team of two photographers can shoot up to five weddings in one weekend. Edwin works with a retoucher in Argentina, as well as editors in Spain. He uses Dropbox Plus to share work with his clients.

“I love Dropbox Plus - it’s the only way I deliver photos anymore. It’s seamless and so easy to use. I just put everything in Dropbox, and my clients can immediately browse and download the photos from their big day, even if they’re off honeymooning on the other side of the world. ”

Katie Blanchet, Professor

Katie Blanchet is a history professor at the University of Minnesota. She splits her time between research and teaching, and coordinates sharing materials with her research assistant and hundreds of students all through Dropbox Plus.

“I use Dropbox Plus for everything. When I’m doing research in archives from Germany to the Caribbean, everything I transcribe or photograph goes straight into Dropbox. It lets my research assistant start working on translations immediately, and when I get back to my home office, I have all the files I need waiting for me, so I can continue my work uninterrupted.”

Keegan DeWitt, Musician

Keegan DeWitt is a film score composer, performer, and part of the band Wild Cub. He wrote the score for the Oscar Award-winning short documentary ‘Inocente,’ has taken four films to Sundance over the last two years, and recently released a critically acclaimed album with his band Wild Cub. He uses Dropbox to store his music and run much of his business.

“I spend a lot of time on the road, so I’ll often start a new piece of music in the studio and then we’ll go on tour and I’ll need to have that on my laptop. I have my entire score library synced to Dropbox, so I can work on the exact same files wherever I am.”

Photo credit: Will Holland

Ryan Hammer, Video Producer

Heather Day, Artist

Heather Day is an abstract painter working in Oakland, California. She uses Dropbox to share her work with galleries and clients and to collaborate on projects with other designers. You can find her work at heatherdayart.com

“Before Dropbox Plus, my workflow was pretty cumbersome. I use Dropbox every day now, and it makes me more productive — I use it to share images of recent paintings, price lists, and large design files. There’s no backtracking, and I never need to resend files — I just update the images in Dropbox, and everyone has the most recent versions.”

Photo credit: Kathryn Rummel

Elias Weiss Friedman, Photographer

Elias Weiss Friedman missed having a dog, so he started The Dogist: a photo-documentary series about the beauty of dogs. Since he launched this project in October 2013, he’s attracted nearly 200k followers across platforms and been featured in publications like Buzzfeed, Cosmopolitan, and Today.com. He uses Dropbox Plus to store and share his photos.

“Dropbox Plus is my bridge between the cutting room and social media. It’s elegantly simple and it works wherever I am. It’s a must for any photographer who shares their work regularly.”

Delphine Hirasuna, Author

Delphine Hirasuna is the editor of @Issue: Journal of Business and Design, and author of The Art of Gaman, a book that explores the arts and crafts created by those incarcerated in Japanese American internment camps during World War II. The Art of Gaman was turned into an exhibition shown to date at the Smithsonian and other museums in the U.S. and Japan. Delphine uses Dropbox Plus to share photographs with host museums and to keep research, interviews, and drafts of articles for @Issue.

“I tend to shy away from technology, but I love Dropbox. I keep everything in it, and it’s nice to know I can use it anywhere. It’s like I have a traveling office wherever I am.”

Edwin Vandevyver, Photographer

Edwin Vandevyver is a Belgian wedding photographer based in Barcelona. He’s shot weddings across Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Hong Kong. He and his team of two photographers can shoot up to five weddings in one weekend. Edwin works with a retoucher in Argentina, as well as editors in Spain. He uses Dropbox Plus to share work with his clients.

“I love Dropbox Plus - it’s the only way I deliver photos anymore. It’s seamless and so easy to use. I just put everything in Dropbox, and my clients can immediately browse and download the photos from their big day, even if they’re off honeymooning on the other side of the world. ”

Katie Blanchet, Professor

Katie Blanchet is a history professor at the University of Minnesota. She splits her time between research and teaching, and coordinates sharing materials with her research assistant and hundreds of students all through Dropbox Plus.

“I use Dropbox Plus for everything. When I’m doing research in archives from Germany to the Caribbean, everything I transcribe or photograph goes straight into Dropbox. It lets my research assistant start working on translations immediately, and when I get back to my home office, I have all the files I need waiting for me, so I can continue my work uninterrupted.”

Keegan DeWitt, Musician

Keegan DeWitt is a film score composer, performer, and part of the band Wild Cub. He wrote the score for the Oscar Award-winning short documentary ‘Inocente,’ has taken four films to Sundance over the last two years, and recently released a critically acclaimed album with his band Wild Cub. He uses Dropbox to store his music and run much of his business.

“I spend a lot of time on the road, so I’ll often start a new piece of music in the studio and then we’ll go on tour and I’ll need to have that on my laptop. I have my entire score library synced to Dropbox, so I can work on the exact same files wherever I am.”

Photo credit: Will Holland

Ryan Hammer, Video Producer

“I actually started using Dropbox to share songs that I created and was collaborating with other musicians on. I could invite people to the folder where my songs were, I could set permissions and decide who could listen to things. Nowadays, I use Dropbox primarily to send large files. Even when the client isn’t very tech-savvy, I can send them a shared link. I just copy and paste it into an email, and five minutes later they’ve watched the video.”

Dropbox Plus Everything you get with Dropbox Basic, and:

Plenty of space

Get 1 TB (1,000 GB) of space for your files. Keep everything safe and in one place.

Offline access on mobile

Mark files and folders so you can access them offline, any time and anywhere—even without an internet connection.

Set expiration dates for shared links

Safeguard your sensitive files. Choose how long shared links are available.

Higher sharing limits

More people can download your shared links with 10x the sharing bandwidth.

Remote wipe for lost devices

Delete data from a lost or stolen device. Rest assured a copy is backed up in Dropbox.

Priority support

Got an issue? Get priority email response from the Dropbox support team.

Camera Upload

The Dropbox app backs up photos as you take them, keeping your memories safe.

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