Dropbox Version 1.4 Supports Bulk Uploads
Apr 18, 2011, 11:46 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Dropbox today unveiled version 1.4 for iOS devices, including the iPhone. The new version of Dropbox, which is a cloud storage service, now has a dedicated uploads tab, the ability to bulk upload photos and video files, as well as import files from email for uploading to Dropbox. Files stored in Dropbox can be accessed from other mobile devices or desktop computers. Dropbox 1.4 also fixes bugs, adds support for more languages, and simplifies the tabbed user interface. Dropbox lets users store up to 2GB of data for free.
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