Dropbox to be updated with video thumbnail previews and UI improvements for the Nexus 7

As some of you Dropbox users know by now, Android 4.0 with Dropbox allows users to upload videos and stream them on their devices. However if you’re not the type that bothers renaming your video files and they end up with the default names that your camera or phone names them, then trying to figure out which video is what can be tricky. Well the good news is that Dropbox has recently been updated and will now provide video thumbnails so that you will have an idea of what video to expect. Video playback is also expected to be improved along with an UI improvement for Nexus 7 devices. Unfortunately this updated version of Dropbox is not public yet but has been seeded to a handful of lucky users. No word on when the update will roll out to the masses, but seeing how far along the preview is, we expect it shouldn’t be too long!

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