Dropbox, the imperator of cloud-storage services, has upgraded its Android app to allow faster photo sharing and elegant photo management.
The updated Android app now makes sharing easier by allowing you to share, delete and organize multiple items at once. Besides, the public sharing feature also has been made much faster. Lots of bugs have been fixed and a handful of tweaks also have been added.
The full change log for the updated version 2.3 includes the following:
- Share several photos at once
- Organize favourite photos into albums
- Delete multiple photos
- Several UI updates
- Lots of tweaks and bug fixes
It was only last year when Dropbox integrated the amazing Auto-sync feature, which allows you to update camera photos autonomously. Considering the fact that Dropbox is users’ ultimate choice for storing and uploading photos, the ability to organize photos in a better way is a much welcomed feature.
Dropbox continues its tenacious efforts in augmenting its native app for iOS and Android. The recent UI changes and features just make an already amazing cloud experience- even more amazing.
Dropbox comes with2 GB of free storage space, which can be expanded by paying an additional few bucks. Considering the fact that Dropbox allows you to access you data from multiple platforms (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS) and devices (iPhones, Android smartphones, iPads, Desktops, Tablets), its gives you too many bangs for your buck.