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Dropbox, the consumer cloud storage solutions giant, has upgraded its application for Android devices with lot of tweaks and improvements. The latest version of Dropbox, allows Android users to share photos and organize photos of their choice into albums. The users can also delete multiple photos in a single chance with this improvement.
The developers said that the update received some UI improvements and enhancements. It has also included bug fixes and little tweaks. The new update has up to 3 GB of free space for uploading photos. Users can upload photos automatically in 500 increments.
Dropbox 2.3 is compatible with all devices running Android 2.1 and other upgraded versions. It is available for download via Google play store. The app has gone through a number of significant changes till now on the Android platform and still more improvements are required.
Photo sync was added last year by Dropbox and is a fairly good service with a few configurations. The users can now mass select the albums to share it with friends and family on the web using Dropbox 2.3. Dropbox is a free service that brings to users the ease of sharing photos, albums, docs and videos.
With this app the users need not depend on email and wait for long hours for getting the file uploaded. Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi came up with the concept of Dropbox back in 2007.
Drew was driven to its invention by sheer necessity being forced to work on different computers and carrying around all his attachments. He was thus prompted to come up with an app for carrying out the sharing of tasks easily. The rest is history. You can download the new version of Dropbox here.