I've been using DropBox ever since I started writing iOS Apps as a backup. It's simple to use and let's me share my development projects between desktop and laptop quickly. Dropbox has also been useful for file versioning. If I want to look at a previous version I could do so on my browser for any file saved there. That is until I upgrade to Pro a few weeks ago and now I can only view header files (.h) but not ObjC (.m) Raised a support ticket and was told that this was the supported list: https://www.dropbox.com/help/6 Quote "I have spoken with our engineers and currently there aren't any known plans in the near future for adding previews for Objective C text files." BS. This isn't "adding" support this would be "restoring" support for ObjC. .m file type is plain text as far as I'm aware is it not? Why the fuss? Why the removal? Partisan anti-Apple devs in DB me-thinks? I'm lazy, I know. I should be using something like GitHub to version control my iOS development work but I write independently and I don't share my code. This could be the game changer for me. I see advantages to pulling branches as I've got a major re-write coming up and I also want to do current version bug fix releases in parallel. Any else worth looking at for project backup and versioning that easy to use?