In other words, the Dropbox password manager is getting a free version, though it’ll come with one major drawback: it’ll support just 50 accounts, so for more entries, you need to pay for a premium account.
At the first glance, the goal of the company is pretty clear: let users try out its basic offering free of charge hoping they like what they see and eventually get a paid plan.
Free with a catch
While it’ll be interesting to see if this works, a password manager with just 50 entries sounds like something power users would rather avoid. However, Drop promises a series of other features, including sync support for up to 3 devices, as well as secure sharing, an option that is projected to go live at a later time.
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