Dropbox Android app update brings ‘Automatic photo, video uploads’

Dropbox has released an important update today for its official Android app. This update brings automatic photo, video upload feature to the app. Now all you have to do is click the photo using your Android phone camera or shoot a video and forget about saving it here and there, because your image or video is automatically uploaded to your Dropbox account and stored in a private folder as soon as you are online.

Dropbox is also giving you 3GB of extra cloud space for storing your photos and videos, which will be added to your account in the increments of 500MB as per your usage. Your photos and video are uploaded in original quality and size.

There are several other bug-fixes as well as improvements in this version but this updated Dropbox app version can no longer be installed on SD-card.

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    (May 14, 2015 - 5:04 pm)


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