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Dropbox pushing free users toward paid accounts with new three device limit

[2019-03-14 16:11:58]

Dropbox has today made a notable change for those using a free account, there is now a three-device limit. However, along with the change there is a bit of good news for existing users. The post Dropbox pushing free users toward paid accounts with new three device limit appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Dropbox pushing free users toward paid accounts with new three device limit


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