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New version of Dropbox for Android, with shared folders

Dropbox temporarily suspends automatic image upload on iOS

At this point, we should no longer doubt the power of mobile devices, which are increasingly prominent, making it necessary for technology companies to bring their mobile applications to work that they initially only allow in their desktop applications. And we have seen many examples, but here we find one more, from the hand of Dropbox, which has just updated its mobile application for the Android platform with a small but interesting list of news.

Now, users of Dropbox for Android can create shared folders and invite our own contacts to participate in them directly from the application itself, without having to go to the desktop version. In addition, with this, it also allows us to manage the configurations of the elements. Finally, if we have the need to update our accounts to the Pro version, we also have this possibility within the application itself, through Google Play.

Without a doubt, these innovations reinforce the collaborative characteristics, one of the strengths of Dropbox, as well stated by Android Police, and which brings that strength to the mobile arena. To use Dropbox on our Android terminals, we must have Android devices, both smartphones and tablets, that have at least version 4.0 onwards. As we see, collaboration and productivity are increasingly within the palm of our hands.

Link: Dropbox on Google Play