Plenty. At its core, Dropbox is a free service that allows you to store up to two gigabytes of data in a folder that resides on the company’s servers—and any other place you need it. The folder syncs to your computer, smartphone and other Web browser-equipped devices. There’s nothing to configure, and it’s surprisingly fast.
For months, Dropbox users were waiting, and finally, they can download a beta of the desktop app that operates natively on Apple’s Arm-based processors. Users
However, there's a catch: the app is invite-only for now. While the general public can download and install it onto their devices, no one can use it without being granted access (presumably a beta key of some kind).
The good news is that folks who had more than three devices attached to their account before March 2019 will be spared from the three-device limit.