I started to use DigitalOcean cloud web hosting two months ago after I signed up for $10 credits. I was happy with it for a while. However, when I tried to find out how to request additional public IPs for SSL purpose for my other websites on the same instance, I realized that there is no way to do it. Many other web hosting companies allow you to add extra IP addresses to an instance as long as you pay for them or have a valid reason for doing that such as extra ones for SSL. I was assuming that DigitalOcean is the same but it is not. Upon knowing that, I started to look for alternatives that allow extra IPs, and I found Vultr. It not only allows extra IPs per instance, but also offers specs more suitable for me than DigitalOcean for the same $5 per month.
Today I tried to open a password protected pdf file with AES256 encryption on my Dropbox website and now it can be opened directly from the browser without downloading it first by entering the password on the web interface’s dialog.
Dropbox sometimes shows squares on some older Microsoft Office documents with Chinese characters. I have to save them as docx to solve the problem. It happens both on the web browser and the iOS and Android apps.