HTC has officially announced that it is now partners with Dropbox and will be enhancing the cloud storage experience for its new Android users. According to a post on its Facebook page, all new HTC Android phones will come with Dropbox installed, and instead of the free 2GB that new users normally get, they will automatically be bumped up to 5GB so they don’t have to worry too much about not having enough space in their accounts.
Dropbox is definitely one of the most useful apps you can find on any smartphone and computer so I’m sure a lot of people can appreciate the extra free storage, though I don’t think it’s going to be a dealbreaker when it comes to getting an HTC Android phone VS another manufacturer. No word on whether this promotion affects current Android HTC users, but keep those fingers crossed.
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