Dropbox 2.0 For Android Has Arrived – Completely Redesigned And Android 4.0 Ready

A couple of days ago, the Dropbox team gave the Android community a sneak peek at their redesigned Dropbox app for Android. Version 2.0 looked great and was quick to flaunt its Ice Cream Sandwich optimizations. While there was no word as to when the update was going to make it to market, we knew it would be soon. Well guess what? Today’s that day, and we’re happy to announce that Dropbox 2.0 for Android is now available for download in the Android Market.

Dropbox has undergone some major changes in version 2.0 and includes a lot of new features. Not only is the app completely redesigned and optimized for Ice Cream Sandwich, but also includes:

  • • 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

Dropbox is a popular cloud storage solution for storing and saving files you’d rather not lose or like having access to. You can save photos and videos to your Dropbox, save email attachments and important documents to your Dropbox, and then access and share these files from almost any device, at anytime, from anywhere. Now that’s freedom.

If you haven’t heard of Dropbox then I suggest watching the video below for a quick look at what Dropbox is, and what it has to offer. After that, hit up the market link to download Dropbox 2.0 for Android.

Android Market Link | Dropbox