Dropbox introduces a variety of . Of all the tweaks the company has announced today, the most intriguing involve its automatic backup utility for photos you take with your phone. Most importantly, as of today that feature is now available to all Base users – that is, those who do not pay for the service.
The company says it has also made backend changes to make uploads faster and “more reliable.” Also, in iOS, you can specify the exact folders you want to save. This feature will soon be available on Android as well. Finally, there’s a new option to tell Dropbox to delete a photo after it’s uploaded to the cloud. Notably, these features came after Google recently.
Meanwhile, in its web client, Dropbox introduces several interface changes. The most significant of these changes is the addition of a new tool that allows you to convert files into various formats without leaving the client, with JPEG to PNG as an example. Elsewhere, Dropbox says a redesigned detail panel makes it easy to see important information about your files. The company claims that it has also made it faster to jump between different folders with a new side navigation bar.
As part of today’s update, Dropbox also introduces a handful of new features into its lineup. Available for, the tool can now store information on the debit and credit card. Dropbox has also added support for password sharing. Oh, and you can now download a free browser extension, which makes it easy to input and save passwords when you browse the Internet on your computer. On their own, the changes Dropbox details today are small, but when they are added, they make service more demanding.
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