How to auto upload videos from iPad to Dropbox?

Dropbox is a cloud storage service & it allows you to backup and sync your photos, videos, files & documents to cloud storage & access them from anywhere. DropBox works brilliantly on all platforms i.e. Windows, Mac, Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Linux. DropBox offer all its users a 2GB of storage space absolutely free.

Following are the steps to automatically upload videos from iPad to DropBox:

  • Go to & sign in to your account. If you don't have an account, then create one.

  • Download "DropBox app" on your iPad from the Apple App store & launch it.

  • Click "Settings" on iPad, select "DropBox" option.

  • Select "Camera Upload" option.

  • Turn "Camera Upload" ON.

  • Once "Camera Upload" is enabled, you will see 2 options i.e "Only Wi-Fi" & "Wi-Fi+Cell".

  • Click "Only Wi-Fi" option & then click "Enable" button located at the top right corner.

  • A pop-up window "DropBox would like to Access your Photos" opens up, click "OK" button to automatically upload your videos.

  • All your videos will now be automatically uploaded to DropBox.

Tip: Whenever you open the DropBox app, it will automatically upload the photos you have taken since the last time you uploaded.

You can install PicBackMan's Dropbox uploader for Mac from the website and start backing up photos and videos.

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