The file-sharing company sold shares at $21 a piece in its initial public offering, according to a report, and will begin trading Friday on Nasdaq.
The company, one of the first of the Silicon Valley unicorns, says it has 11 million paying subscribers out of 500 million total registered users.
New logo, new font, new pizazz. The file-syncing service wants to stand apart from the boring blue-and-white competition.
Apple's Steve Jobs said the Silicon Valley darling had no future. Now, with a splashy rebranding campaign, Dropbox hopes to prove him wrong.
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Accessing Dropbox from Chrome OS's file manager is preferable than accessing it through the Chrome browser.
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You can now access entire Dropbox folders when you're on a plane, train, automobile or otherwise offline.
The Dropbox app for iOS adds new features that make it easier for business users to collaborate on their mobile devices.