Dropbox Paper review | TechRadar

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Dropbox is a very well-known file storage service. It allows users to store files online and access them at any time.

In 2014, Dropbox acquired Hackpad, a web-based collaboration text editor. Hackpad formed the basis of Dropbox Notesa note-taking app that the company released in 2015. That same year, the company changed its note-taking app to Dropbox Paper, with a focus on collaborative document editing.

Dropbox had no trouble finding users for its Paper app due to its huge user base. It currently has millions of users, many of whom are praising its features. We tried to see if the note-taking app (opens in new tab) lived up to its hype.

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