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Dropbox is forcing users to upgrade to access files offline.

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Last Updated on 16/06/2022 by TheDigitalHacker

Dropbox, the data storage and syncing company has decided to cut yet one of the most important feature “offline access” file.

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How will this affect users?

Users will not be able to access the files that were uploaded from other devices. For example if you have uploaded your file from your house laptop and want it to be available on your mobile phone, you might not be able to do that while you are offline.

These forced subscription gives users perspective if google drive has been heavy on them or if company is facing financial crunches due to competitors in the market.

Are users happy?

No. Users are in fact pointing as dropbox has been removing features from free plans and indirectly forcing users to move to paid plan.

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