Dropbox Passwords is soon to offer its free services to everyone, but with some limitations. The service was launched last year and is relatively a new service that allows you to sync passwords across all of your devices.
In a recent blog post, the company said that Dropbox Passwords would start its free options from April 2021. Users with a free Dropbox Basic plan users will be able to store 50 passwords on the service. Users will be able to sync those passwords on up to three devices and will have the option to share them with anyone that you’d like securely.
The three features highlighted for the Dropbox Basic users:
- Store your 50 most important passwords in one secure place.
- Access passwords anywhere with automatic syncing on up to three devices.
- Securely share any password with anyone (coming soon).
The app uses zero-knowledge encryption, which means only the account holder knows the passwords.
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