Just over a year after it hit the 300 million milestone, US-based cloud storage company Dropbox has announced that it now has more than 400 million registered users worldwide. However, the company did not disclose how many of them are monthly active users.
“Today, 400 million people around the world are using Dropbox. They sync 1.2 billion files every day, create over 100,000 new shared folders and links every hour, and make 4,000 edits every second,” the company said in a blog post. “They launch startups, create award-winning documentaries, and build their dream homes.”
CEO and co-founder Drew Houston revealed in an interview with Bloomberg that over two-thirds of the company’s users are from outside of the US. He also said that the service is being used by 8 million businesses, including a “vast majority” of Fortune 500 companies.
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