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New Dropbox beta for Android gives users a chance to get 5GB free storage

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Feb 2012 0:10

New Dropbox beta for Android gives users a chance to get 5GB free storage Dropbox has announced that the official Android app has been updated to experimental beta version 2.0.9, bringing the ability for fans to get another 5GB free of storage space.
The new version also brings a new automatic Camera Upload feature. The feature has been available through third-party apps, but will now be built in.

Reads the presser:

-The app can now automatically upload photos and videos in the background using Wi-Fi or your data plan.
-No more size limit. So upload to your hearts content.
-If there are network issues, the upload will resume when those issues are resolved.
-Some performance improvements and bug fixes.
-You'll also get 500MB of free space on your first automatic photo upload.


Getting to the 5GB free, the first sync gets you 500MB bump, and then, for every 500MB of photos and videos you upload automatically, you will get 500MB more, up to 5GB.

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