By Bams Sadewo January 12, 2013 0 44 47 0 Back in December, Dropbox released an “experimental” build of its cloud storage application for Android, with more emphasis being put on the app’s media organizing and sharing ability, that’s only available to download from its website. The latest version of Dropbox has finally incorporated the new features.Advertisement Those who have braved the beta will feel right at home with the new update, which brings the Dropbox app to version 2.3. You can place and organize all your photos into albums, share multiple pictures at once, and delete those pictures where you’re blinking – among other unflattering poses — in bulk as well. The updated app also comes with the usual improvements, tweaks, and bug fixes. If you haven’t already done so, head to Google Play to get the latest Dropbox. Loving the new features? Share your thoughts in the comments below. 0 44 47 previous postToday only, the Braven 625S Bluetooth Speaker is $80 off at Best Buynext postWould you pay $100 to send a message to Mark Zuckerberg’s Inbox?