Dropbox releases v2.0 Android app with ICS support; Offers whopping 500MB more space to students
The Dropbox Blog announced version 2.0 of its Android application Thursday. The free service lets users bring photographs, documents, and videos anywhere and share them easily, and now it completely redesigned its Android app while including many new features.
“Want to make sure a file is always on your phone?” asked Dropbox in a statement on its blog, regarding the service’s new Favorites feature. “Star it for quick offline access.”
Bulk upload is another highlight in the newly updated app. Users can “select multiple photos and videos to be uploaded in the background,” according to the service’s press release.
File renaming allows -like it sounds- users to rename files and folders. Single-tap access lets users access any file or folder with a single tap. Moreover, improved gallery view and exportation from local storage and stability improvements were all revealed as new features within the update.
The app also showcases Ice Cream Sandwich support, as it is “optimized for the newest and tastiest Android release yet.” Numerous bugs were also corrected in the second version.
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