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Carbon app latest beta adds Dropbox support, more features

After being released as a beta a few days back, the cloud-based backup app Carbon has received a new update that brings Dropbox support and other features.
January 19, 2013
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Being released as a beta just a couple of days ago, Carbon has created quite the buzz online amongst those who long for a solid cloud-based backup solution, one that also allows users to sync app data between multiple Android devices.

Cloud-wise, the app initially only lets you save your apps and data backup to Google Drive, but the latest beta comes with the promised Dropbox support. Aside from that, the new Carbon allows you to save apps in batches and select all apps for backup. If you’re only looking to make a backup of the app data, you can now do so.

Carbon only works on rooted Android devices for now. But Koushik Dutta – the developer — has promised that the next beta will support non-rooted phones and tablets.

You can grab the APK for latest Carbon version right here. However, note that it’ll only work until January 25. Expect one last beta to drop before we see the app making it to Google Play.

How’s your experience using Carbon so far?