Published on December 24th, 2011 | by Olawale Daniel1
Dropbox App for Android Gets an Update
Galaxy nexus is known as the first Android handset and smartphone running the Ice Cream Sandwich has officially been released. And this is the right time for developers to update their apps and that’s one of the reason why Dropbox released its major software update for their app that is in the Android Market. This update focuses mostly on bulk uploads of files and a new and interesting User Interface (UI).
Below is the change log given by them :
- Renaming folders and files
- App redesigned with many new features
- Bulk upload for media
- Quick offline access to files – Favorites
- Gallery view improved
- Single tap access to all folder and file actions
- Optimized for Ice cream sandwich (Android 4.0)
- Export to local storage
- Bug fixes and other improvements
You can download the latest DropBox app version from here.
Dropbox uses the cloud storage technology for storing the user’s files, documents, videos, pictures etc in order for them to access them from any part of the world without hassle – anywhere, anytime.
It is indeed a life saver for people who normally travels from one location to the others – who need to upload or download some files while they are away from home. Now, instead of uploading files one after the other, android users don’t need to wait anymore because there’s a new feature called Bulk Uploader – it will helps them upload large amount of files to the cloud server and they can then download and use it when they are offline.
Click here to download the update for your phone.