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Amazon deals: Dropbox knocks 20% off a yearly subscription

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Working in the creative industry often means dealing with multiple assets, the file sizes of which can quickly become overwhelming. Dropbox Plus provides the space to keep all your work not only in one place, but safe and accessible. And right now, you can save 20 per cent on a yearly subscription. 

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Keeping track of your library of assets can get tricky if you've got them scattered around. Dropbox Plus offers 1 TB - that's 1000 GB - of safe storage for your photos, creative projects, work, music and more - all in one place. 

You can automatically sync your files and access them any time, anywhere, even offline. Email attachments are made a thing of the past, simply share files of any size with just a link. You can restore accidentally deleted or changed files for up to 30 days, and, if something happens to your device, you can remotely delete data from a lost or stolen computer, phone or tablet while Dropbox still stores everything safely. 

And with a 20 per cent discount on a yearly subscription cost to Dropbox Plus, there's never been a better time to sign up. 

Dropbox Plus: 1 TB of storage

Dropbox Plus: 1 TB of storage
Save 20%
- Store, protect and share all your files with ease with Dropbox Plus. Offering up to 1 TB of storage space, you can keep all your work safely in one place. But hurry, this offer isn't around for long so grab it before it's gone. Get this deal now.
DEAL EXPIRES: 06:59 (ET) 18 July 2018

Kerrie Hughes is editor of Creative Bloq. Kerrie was staff writer for 3D World magazine before joining the original Creative Bloq team in 2012. Since then she's written regularly for other publications, including ImagineFX, 3D World and Computer Arts magazines.