Dropbox Update for Android Makes Sharing Photos Easier
Dropbox has made an update available to its Android application that adds several new features. First, Dropbox for Android now includes the ability to create photo albums from within the application itself. These photo albums can then be shared with others via email, Facebook or Twitter, even if they do no have Dropbox accounts. The albums can be viewed on smartphones, tablets, or PCs. Users can also now delete multiple photos at once. The application includes some user interface tweaks and some bug fixes, as well. Dropbox 2.3 is a free download from the Google Play Store.
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