Dropbox for Android revealed

The Dropbox team has finally lifted the wraps on their upcoming Android app. The native app will allow access to your Dropbox account where you can stream music, movies, and other files stored in there. Downloading files for offline viewing has also been implemented through a "Favorites" menu. 

The app will also allow users to edit and upload files and sync them back up to Dropbox. Sharing features are also integrated: users can copy public links to their files and instantly share it via Gmail, Facebook, SMS/MMS, Picasa, and bluetooth. 

Dropbox is a free cloud-based sync, share, and backup service. The screenshots below were taken on a Motorola Droid. Dropbox for Android is expected to launch for all Android devices in the next couple of months.

 

 

 

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just_laze said,
I'd like to see Dropbox on webOS. It's much easier to develop for than Android or any other platform for that matter.

Oh, well the latest rumor is that Palm may ditch webOS for Android.

This is AWESOME news!

Hopefully they'll provide support for viewing docx files etc. Does anyone know if Dropbox on the iPhone uses the iPhone's document support, or do Dropbox provide the functionality?

spengbab said,
This is AWESOME news!

Hopefully they'll provide support for viewing docx files etc. Does anyone know if Dropbox on the iPhone uses the iPhone's document support, or do Dropbox provide the functionality?

It uses the iPhone document support as far as I am aware.

“I WILL SELL MY BABY DAUGHTER FOR ANDROIDBOX”

thats a user comment who requested for android drop box