I just bought a new computer, and I didn't even know that it had a special processor, Arm. Well, it seems that Dropbox does't go very well with that yet:
So my question is... will there be an application developed for arm as well? I depend on Dropbox as I am sharing a lot of things with people, and I think it would create to much fuzz to force them into other solutions, such as Google Drive or similar.
If there are no plans for a "Dropbox on arm" in the near future, I will go back with my computer and get a different one.
Thanks for any help in this issue!
Hey @TobiasBerg, thanks for sharing your feedback with us here!
You can also have a look at this thread where users are posting their interest and upvoting the idea for compatibility with ARM processors.
I understand that this may not be the ideal reply you were looking for, but I hope it helps to some extent.
Hi there @daveark, thanks for reaching out to us here!
I've just merged your post here so that you can have a look at the previous discussion.
With this device, you would only be able to use the Dropbox for S mode app that is available through the Microsoft store, or access your account through the website as Lusil mentioned.
Sorry that I couldn't be of much more help with this.
Let me know if you have any questions!
Hi @ARM Processor, thanks for reaching out to us.
I moved your post under this thread as other users have asked about ARM processors.
I hope this helps to some extent, but let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
I don't think it's good enough that Dropbox won't release code that allows all of the functionality of Dropbox to work on an ARM processor. The app or website version is almost useless for what I need it for and if Dropbox don't get with the times, they will be replaced by OneDrive. I've loved and used Dropbox for years but I am so disappointed that it's incompatible with my brand new surface and they seemingly have no intention to rectify the problem. So disappointing.
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