The Dropbox app for Android devices has received an update which has added automatic photo and video upload feature using Wi-Fi or your data plan. This app uploads your content into your Dropbox account, also allows it to stay intact in its original form (size and quality) and then saves it to a private folder called ‘Camera Uploads‘. Starters will get 500 MB of Dropbox space for their first automatic upload. And as users take more photos and videos, the storage space gets extended up to 3GB for free. It plans to update its iOS app too but is likely to have the greatest impact on HTC’s upcoming Android smartphones. Read on to find out. Also Read - Best Android Apps from January to March 2020
What really psychs us, however, is the timing of the announcement – just in time for MWC. Think about it, from all that we have seen so far it is almost as good as confirmed that HTC’s Sense 4.0 will have Dropbox integration that will also give users 50GB of cloud storage. Club that with Dropbox’s newly found superpower to automatically upload every photo you click or video you shoot with your phone and we think HTC might have cracked at least one element of iCloud as Dropbox is not only accessible via its website but also has clients for Windows and Mac machines. Also Read - Best apps for working from home during the Coronavirus Outbreak
You can download the latest version of Dropbox for Android here.