Get 3 gigs of storage for free at Drobpox if you accept to install the latest beta 1.3.30

Get 3 Gigs of storage for Free with Dropbox

How? Just accept to install the beta version 1.3.30 of Dropbox on your computer.

New users of Camera Upload will get 500 MB after their first successful import. Users can also receive up to a total of 3 GB additional free space for photos and videos automatically uploaded via the desktop or mobile apps.

Note: The bonus can only be earned once for the entire beta program. If you earned 5GB before you will not earn another 3GB for testing this version.

this beta period, we are also offering additional free space to test automatic uploading of photos and videos. For every 500MB of photos and videos automatically uploaded, you’ll receive another 500MB space bonus, up to 4.5GB total.

What is Dropbox?

Dropbox Beta Version can get you additional 3 gigs of online storage for free

Dropbox is an online storage very handy to have, because it helps you to access your files from everywhere. If you’re reading this blog, you basically not living under the rock and so you should already know that I blogged about Dropbox in several articles here, here and here.

If you refer your friends, for every friend who joins and installs Dropbox, they give you 500 MB of bonus space (up to a limit of 16 GB)!
To get the beta build concerned, you must go and see this thread on the Dropbox Forum. There you can choose the version for the OS you’re running on your computer.You’ll both get 500 MB of free space. If you’ve got a free account, you can invite up to 32 people for a whopping total of 16 GB of extra space. Pro accounts now earn 1 GB per referral, for a total of 32 GB of extra space.

The latest beta has added:
  • Added a splash screen for Windows.
  • Beautified the Windows progress bar.
  • Improvements to quota handling.
  • Other small fixes
The Online Storage company got better with having the possibility to get thumbnails of photos when browsing through web browser. As on the image below.

Enjoy… -:)

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  1. Daniel Gaudet says

    Thanks Vladan!

    Jawad: At least from my windows 7 system, once I uploaded 500 MB of pictures using the import feature, I got a notification on the lower right corner of my screen about 10-30 minutes later letting me know that my storage got increased.

    The other thing is that you must use the photo import function to get the extra capacity. Copying the pictures into the pictures folder doesn’t count.

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