Ever heard of Dropbox before? In the words of the Dropbox team, they offer “a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!” Sounds like a dream, and it is nice to see this particular service being made available to smartphones such as Android-powered devices. In fact, Dropbox has updated their software to hit version 2.0, which will incidentally work with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as well, and we are glad to say that Dropbox 2.0 is now available in the Android Market.
Of course, with every new iteration of a particular software, you can expect improvements and (hopefully positive) changes to be introduced, and the same applies to Dropbox 2.0. Some of the features in the app include Favorites that offers quick offline access to files, the ability to upload photos and videos in bulk, renaming of files and folders, single-tap access to all file and folder actions, an improved gallery view, the ability to upload from and export to local storage, as well as plenty of squashed bugs and stability improvements.
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