Dropbox, on Wednesday announced that the company has reached the 400 million registered users milestone. It did so 8 years after its launch in 2007. The firm stated that the 400 million users synchronize 1.2 billion files each day and make over 100, 000 new shared folders every hour.
Dropbox also stated that the users create 4, 000 edits every second. Dropbox earlier on updated its android app, focusing on interface style and therefore the app’s usability.
It has further a ‘+’ symbol, that lets users click pictures and directly save it to the folder of their selection. The method wouldn’t save the image on the device however would directly bypass it and can be saved within the desired Dropbox folder.
“We’re happy with the role we play in people’s lives around the world. As our community continues to grow, we wished to replicate on some of the items we’ve designed recently to make Dropbox better for you, ” said the blog.
Furthermore, users will currently notice their files and folders quicker via the new search icon set on the highest menu within the app. Swiping left and right is also possible to navigate simply. Also, options like moving, favoring and renaming would reside the same information section across the folder or file within the app. Complete details will be seen at the company’s blog post.
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