The folks at Dropbox are always letting users in on the latest app betas, and they've just dropped a new one on us with a few basic but welcome features.
- Thumbnails for video files
- Better video playback for both ICS and Jelly Bean
- UI improvements on the Nexus 7
- Ability to open Dropbox files directly in other apps
- Various bug fixes
Probably the most important item of the list is updated Nexus 7 support, which shows that the developers over at Dropbox see the importance in properly supporting the latest Google platform release. Take a look after the break for a few screenshots of the latest beta update, and be sure to follow the source link below if you're interested in getting in on the pre-release action.
Source: Dropbox Forums
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