Dropbox has been one of those extremely useful online tools for me over the past couple years and keeps getting better as time goes on. For those of you who aren't familiar with the program, it basically is a file sharing app. Once installed onto a couple computers, it then creates a folder on each user's system and syncs any files that are added into the folder. So basically it's like you have a shared folder only over the internet.
Well now the team has brought the app to Android phones so you can easily view all your files and even send files into it as well right from your phone. I personally use it to share pictures with my girlfriend or to get files to my brother that don't want to take the time to send an email for. With it now on Android , I can view all my pictures or music that I have put into my Dropbox.
Overall, the app is meant to supplement the online services provided by the Dropbox team and does just that perfectly. It was able to view most of the files that I dropped into it and synced up very fast with my online folders. The only thing that I wish would be available was push notifications for new files added. Add that and you have a perfect app in my book. If you have never used Dropbox before, definitely check into it. It is easy and useful.
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