I have to share my wholehearted agreement with the OP's comments. The two biggest reasons that I love Dropbox are pretty basic: 1) it synchronises my stuff really well on all of my computers so that don't have to worry about whether I am offline or online in order to keep working; and 2) I don't need to think about what I am going to need to take with me offline before I get on that international flight. I've used Dropbox for years for these reasons, which means I've got a lot of stuff in it. Too much stuff for my phone/tablet's measly internal storage. So, now that I take my Android tablet with me on those long flights instead of my laptop, I've got to think. I need to worry about what I'm going to need access to offline so that I can only choose the essential stuff so as not to fill up my internal memory. I don't even need to think hard to remember my underwear, my socks, and which tie to pack, but having to worry about which files I *might* need access to when I get a moment inspiration during that 10 hour flight is something I shouldn't have to do. I don't even worry about my music collection, because Spotify seems quite capable of synchronising my entire music library onto my external SD card (even with all of its DRM concerns), and similarly I can go crazy making 20 seasons of TV available offline on Netflix because it too has figured it out. So, 50% of why I use Dropbox is no longer relevant when it comes to using my Android tablet as my primary device when out and about, and I now worry about something that I didn't have to worry about before. It's a first-world problem, I know, but Dropbox: Please be a leader in this area. Cloud storage products are probably at the top of the list of products that ought to be flexible in how they store offline/synchronised data.
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