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DropBox for Android Receives a Major Overhaul, New Features

We are all set to welcome the New Year in few days and are planning to start our new year in a more organized and sophisticated way. If you are a diehard fan of Android, there is good news for you that DropBox 2.0 has made its way into the Android Market. The new app is released with all new features as well as an entirely renewed layout.

Dropbox 2.0 for Android

A little arrow is located to the right of each file in the app that will direct users to a pop-out menu. This pop-out menu will allow users to share, delete and add to favorites. It is an entirely new feature introduced to DropBox. On the main menu, there will be three tabs situated on the top with labels DropBox, Uploads and newly included Favorites.


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There are always some content that you need to have on all your devices, such as cute and unique pictures, or important documents and DropBox is a perfect platform to put all of them into. Interestingly, when you put a file under your Favorites, you need not to have an active Internet connection to access that content as it is saved directly on the device. The newly add Favorites tab seems to be a strong inclusion in the DropBox.

Furthermore, DropBox 2.0 also let its users to rename their files directly from the app, together with bulk upload. As for Uploads tab, users will now able to upload from and export to local storage, which is another appreciable inclusion.

Apart from all new changes, the current version is released with a number of bug fixes as well as support Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or ICS. Galaxy S owners might be unpleased as ICS is not available on the device.

Those who want to have the update of DropBox on their Android-powered devices, they can visit Android Market.

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