Android Central

Having previously slipped a preview of the Dropbox update with optimizations for Ice Cream Sandwich, we all knew it was coming but we didn't know when, exactly. As it turns out, the latest update for Dropbox is now available in the Android Market and ready to be downloaded. Aside from the new UI and Ice Cream Sandwich optimizations, Dropbox has a few other tricks built in:

  • Favorites: quick offline access to files
  • Bulk upload photos and videos
  • Rename files and folders
  • Single-tap access to all file and folder actions
  • Improved gallery view
  • Upload from and export to local storage
  • Numerous bug fixes and stability improvements

Whether you're a hardcore Dropbox user or just a casual user, this update is one not to skip over. You'll find some more screenshots and the download link past the break for you all.

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There are 8 comments

Mr.Froyo says:

Let's see how Mr. Paper Cuts takes this update..

Gogol says:

He is right, try to copy multiple files from dropbox to other folder in your phone.

Thats sucks!

Keepass issues and uploading updated files are both finally fixed too!

cdf3 says:

Liking the update so far.

Gogol says:

New update sux. They removed the dropbox folder in the file system.

No easy way to move multiple files from Dropbox to other phone folder.

Try that, you must do it one bye one by moving to sd card option.

Old version was easier. From the app, long press download for all files, then use Astro or EStrongs to move from dropbox folder in the fs!

Anyone know where can I download the older version?

Gekko says:

they didn't remove the Folder - they moved it to -

/Android/data/com.dropbox.android/files/scratch/

it's ideal that you always open the files from the Dropbox app. however, if you need to, you can access or move the files from this location via Astro etc.

enjoy.

kelton says:

I'm not sure what Astro is, but I'm enjoying this Dropbox update on my Stratosphere... very nice. (now, to go investigate Astro)

Mr.Froyo says:

It's like the most used File Manager for Android....