Dropbox presents a variety . Of all the settings the company announced today, the most intriguing ones include a utility to automatically back up photos you take with your phone. Most importantly, as of today, this functionality is now available to all basic users – that is, those who do not pay for the service.
The company says it has also made background changes to make shipments faster and “more reliable”. Additionally, you can specify the exact folders you want to back up on iOS. That functionality is coming to Android soon. Finally, there’s a new option to tell Dropbox to delete the photo after uploading it to the cloud. Significantly, these features come after Google recently .
Meanwhile, Dropbox is introducing several interface settings in its web client. The most significant of these changes is the addition of a new tool that allows you to convert files to different formats without leaving the client, and JPEG to PNG as one example. Otherwise, Dropbox says the redesigned detail pane makes it easy to see important information about your files. The company also claims to have accelerated skipping various maps using the new side navigation bar.
As part of today’s update, Dropbox is also introducing a handful of new features . Available for , the tool can now store debit and credit card information. Dropbox has also added password sharing support. Oh, and now you can download a free browser extension, which makes it easy to enter and save passwords while browsing the network on your computer. The changes detailed in Dropbox today are small, but when you add them up, they will make the service more appealing.
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