Dropbox acquires Audiogalaxy and expands its services platform

By Gizbot Bureau

    Dropbox, a file sharing service has reported that it has acquired Audiogalaxy, a streaming-music provider. This acquisition would now allow the Dropbox users to store and stream music.

    While this is a welcomed change for the Dropbox users, the customers currently hooked to Audiogalaxy would face certain problems. This is on account of the fact that the company has stopped accepting subscriptions from new users. In addition, the company said that the playlists created by existing users will be available only until the end of the year.

    Previously Dropbox was found updating its iOS app to v1.5.7. This feature of Dropbox now comes with improved video streaming. The version is language enabled and hence users can choose their own language to update the same.

    Dropbox acquires Audiogalaxy and expands its services platform

    The company's iOS 6 also supports password protected Office documents. The update can be accessed only by iPhone and iPad users. To use this version of Dropbox app, users must make sure they have iOS 4.3 or above in their devices. And for the iPhone and iPhone 5 users, this version is optimized.

    In addition to this, the user can store all his docs, photos, and videos anywhere in the system. If a file is saved in the Dropbox, a user can access the saved files from his computers, iPhone, and the iPad. This can also be accessed from the Dropbox website.

    In the past, the company updated its android Dropbox app to version 2.2 with a new Photos tab from where all photos and videos can be accessed. In addition, a user can auto upload photos and videos using data plans or the Wi-Fi. The application also includes 3GB internal space to upload photos and videos.

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