Folder Downloader for Dropbox

Folder Downloader for Dropbox


Folder Downloader for Dropbox lets you download entire folders from your Dropbox account to your Android device.

Note: since Android 4.4 KitKat, you can download files only to internal storage. External SD cards are not supported.

Problems? Drop me a line at [email protected]

HOW IT WORKS
1. Browse through your Dropbox folders
2. Long-press on the folder you want to download, select "Download folder to..." - or use the "Download all to..." button
3. Browse your Android's device local storage, and tap on the "Select" button to start the download

FEATURES
• Ability to create new folders on the local storage on the fly, so you don't need to use a separate file manager
• Supports both internal and SD card storage (defaults to device-defined external storage, navigate up to find other storage options)
• Downloads performed in background via an Android Service, so you don't have to keep the app running
• Ability to retry failed downloads from the report screen
• Support for MediaScanner, allowing other apps to immediately recognize downloaded files
• Authentication performed via OAuth and Dropbox's official API, so the app CANNOT read your Dropbox password
• No ads

NOTES
• Only one download job is performed at a time, subsequent jobs are queued and executed as soon as the previous are completed
• You'll need a Dropbox account to use this app, but the Dropbox app is optional

Recent changes:
v1.3.4
- Updated Dropbox SDK (1.6.2) - security fix

v1.3.3
- Updated Dropbox SDK (1.6.1)

v1.3.2
- Improved buttons text

v1.3.1
- Updated Dropbox SDK (1.5.4: fixed authentication bug)
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File size
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About Folder Downloader for Dropbox
Folder Downloader for Dropbox lets you download entire folders from your Dropbox account to your Android device.

Note: since Android 4.4 KitKat, you can download files only to internal storage. External SD cards are not supported.

Problems? Drop me a line at [email protected]

HOW IT WORKS
1. Browse through your Dropbox folders
2. Long-press on the folder you want to download, select "Download folder to..." - or use the "Download all to..." button
3. Browse your Android's device local storage, and tap on the "Select" button to start the download

FEATURES
• Ability to create new folders on the local storage on the fly, so you don't need to use a separate file manager
• Supports both internal and SD card storage (defaults to device-defined external storage, navigate up to find other storage options)
• Downloads performed in background via an Android Service, so you don't have to keep the app running
• Ability to retry failed downloads from the report screen
• Support for MediaScanner, allowing other apps to immediately recognize downloaded files
• Authentication performed via OAuth and Dropbox's official API, so the app CANNOT read your Dropbox password
• No ads

NOTES
• Only one download job is performed at a time, subsequent jobs are queued and executed as soon as the previous are completed
• You'll need a Dropbox account to use this app, but the Dropbox app is optional

Recent changes:
v1.3.4
- Updated Dropbox SDK (1.6.2) - security fix

v1.3.3
- Updated Dropbox SDK (1.6.1)

v1.3.2
- Improved buttons text

v1.3.1
- Updated Dropbox SDK (1.5.4: fixed authentication bug)

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 27, 2015
Brilliant Solved a frustrating problem. Bravo!
A Google User
Apr 23, 2015
It's OK but FileDrop runs circles around it. This app is supported to copy an intire directory. . My main beef with it is there's no easy way to monitor progress. FileDrop for DropBox is very much better. You can monitor each and every file as it's downloaded.
A Google User
Apr 6, 2015
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A Google User
Apr 4, 2015
Doesn't work. Keeps failing to download files.
A Google User
Apr 4, 2015
Thanks goodness for you
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