Dropbox releases completely overhauled Android app: Dropbox v2.0

Dropbox releases completely overhauled Android app: Dropbox v2.0
Cloud-storage provider Dropbox has recently made the headlines by offering 5GB of free space on HTC-made Android devices, and now the company is bringing a completely overhauled version of its Android app and it looks sleeker than ever. Dropbox version 2.0 arrives with a new layout and functionality allowing you to favorite files, access files offline, bulk upload, renaming files and imports and exports from your local storage.

The new version also supports Ice Cream Sandwich - it’s optimized for the newest Android. The way you access things is now logical - all file and folder actions are accessed with a single tap.

We guess that the majority of users will upload their photos above all, and that’s why the new gallery in Dropbox v2.0 seems like one of the most welcome additions. It’s also more stable and bug-free than ever, and it’s free on the market, so it wouldn’t hurt trying it out, would it?


source: Dropbox via 9to5Google


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