Late last year Google showed off Material Design, the new design language that now covers Android as well as the applications that run on its platforms. Developers have take their sweet time to upgrade their applications to bring them in line with Material Design elements but many have come through, today it’s Dropbox that’s coming out with an updated Android application which finally puts the Material Design touch to the popular cloud storage service’s app.


Dropbox for Android version 3.0.0 has now been released and the biggest change that users will immediately notice once they’ve installed the application is the user interface.

It’s going to be a vastly improved user interface with a dash of Material Design to make the whole affair look much more colorful and brighter than the previous application.

The design update is complete with the slide-out menu, the floating action button as well as a colored status bar. This brings the app in parity with the overall look and feel you get on an Android device that’s running Lollipop.

The new Dropbox for Android application is gradually going live across the globe, it’s available as a free download from the Google Play Store, those who already have the app on their device will automatically see the app being updated when it goes live in their region.

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