Dropbox announces 50GB of free cloud storage for new purchases of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Dropbox announces 50GB of free cloud storage for new purchases of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Amongst all of the announcements today at the IFA event, Dropbox announced that it will offer free 50GB of storage space in the cloud to purchasers of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Since 2011, Dropbox and Samsung have partnered to give free storage, but now Dropbox is going to be further integrated into Samsung devices.

Users will now be able to automatically backup photos to Dropbox right out of the Samsung Gallery app. Similar to the gallery app, you’ll be able to save documents directly to Dropbox from the default mobile docs viewer or editor.

This offer is good for new users to Dropbox. If you already have an account with free storage you will not be able to extend your promotion.

Source – Dropbox

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