The new beta version of Dropbox has been released for Android users. The app, which is called an ‘experimental forum build’, has received some big improvements in this latest update. The update also adds some image related features that enable the users to interact with their images in bulk.
This particular beta version of the Dropbox app is not meant for everyone, but it does provides curious users with features that are not available on the main app yet. To use the app, users need to set their device's settings to allow for the sideloading of apps, which should not be a problem for majority of users.
The new features included in this update are mostly image related. Users can now share multiple photos at once using Dropbox. The app now enables users to organize their photos into albums and share all the photos in an album at once. Dropbox now also allows users to delete multiple photos at once, which makes the deletion process quite fast.
The update also brings some UI improvements. It fixes some bugs and brings tweaks to the already quite stable beta build of Dropbox. If you want to download and try the new beta version of Dropbox on your Android device then you can download it from here. The QR code for the download can be found here.
As this is a beta version, Dropbox is looking for feedback from those who decide to use this version on their Android devices. In the update, Dropbox has added a new feature that will allow users to opt in for future early releases directly through the beta app. The feature is enabled by default but can be turned off from the settings.
What do you think of the latest Dropbox beta?