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Mailbox for Android receives Material Design update

Long before there was Inbox by Gmail, the whole app that started us going for a zero inbox as one of our digital goals was Dropbox' own Mailbox. When it finally arrived on Android devices, we were quite pleased that getting rid of those 2,000+ emails was going to be easier now while using our mobile gadgets. The latest update to the app now makes it look like a true-blue Google app, at least in certain aspects.

Dropbox update: open shared links in the app

Dropbox has become an essential tool for people who mostly work from their mobile offices (aka their smartphone or laptop) as it allows you the freedom to access files that you normally would have to get from your desktop or laptop previously. Every new update to the cloud service is awaited by users, and this new one, while not a major update, can be pretty useful, especially if you're in a hurry.

Delete photos already backed up on the cloud through Cloud Carousel

We've all been there before (well, unless your device has like a gazillion, okay, 128 GB of space), especially if you're a massive mobile photo taker. You take and take pictures, or save pictures from various sources on your device, but you're quickly running out of digital storage space on your phone or tablet. Dropbox is offering a solution to this problem with Dropbox Carousel, which lets you delete those that have already been backed up.

Office Mobile update: support for Dropbox, OneDrive sharing

Mcrosoft has been very generous of late, giving mobile users of their Office Mobile suite of apps more features to enjoy as they navigate Word, Excel and Powerpoint on their smartphones and tablets. The latest update for the apps now brings easier sharing options for OneDrive, their cloud storage service, as well as support for Dropbox, probably the cloud service of choice for a lot of people right now.

Dropbox now allows exporting of files to SD card

If you use more than one Android device, there are times when you wish that cloud services give you the option to export important files not just to your smartphone or tablet's internal storage, but to an SD card. Well, Dropbox has probably heard of that need and is now allowing you to do so with their newest update.

Wunderlist’s new update brings Dropbox integration

Haven't you ever wished that two of your favorite apps would just talk to each other to make your life easier? Well, two of the most popular productivity apps in the market have done just that as Wunderlist announced their first integration, and it is with cloud storage heavyweight Dropbox. We can just hear the collective happy sigh of productivity junkies out there.
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