Dropbox announced offline files
Dropbox, one of the first services to come to mind when it comes to the cloud storage, will allow you to access your files from your mobile devices even when you do not have an internet connection.
We have never separated mobile devices from us which have become a significant part of our life. However, despite the fact that mobile devices are constantly with us, it is not possible to access the Internet from every point.
The biggest problem for users of cloud storage services is that they are emerging at this point. Without an Internet connection, it’s often not possible to access an important file that you host on your cloud storage.
In this regard, Dropbox, which evaluated users’ requests, is preparing to announce offline folder support for mobile devices.
The service, which allows you to open files offline one by one, will take you one step further and synchronize the entire folder with your device so that you can access it without an internet connection.
That means you can access your files seamlessly without needing an internet connection by synchronizing your files with your device, just like on a computer.
The offline folder feature, which will only be available to Dropbox Pro, Business or Enterprise users, will not be available to those with free membership. The feature will meet Android users first, but it will take months for iOS users to use this feature.