Mobile sharing in a snap

Posted by Isaac Goldberg on December 17, 2013

Whether you’re sharing recent vacation photos with friends or collaborating on presentations with colleagues, Dropbox shared folders are great for working with others as though you’re on a single computer. Today, we’re making things even easier by letting you share folders on the go—straight from our Android app!

To get started, simply create a new folder (or pick an existing one) and tap ‘Share’ from its quick actions. From there, it’s easy to invite people to your folder so you can all access and work on the same content. Of course, you can always change members or permissions from your shared folder’s settings, too.

 

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Android users can get started today by grabbing the latest Dropbox app from the Play Store. iOS users, hang tight—mobile sharing will come your way early next year.

Happy sharing!

11 Comments to Mobile sharing in a snap

emilsjolander
December 17, 2013

The context menu on your lists is starting to look really outdated. Great update though!

Benjamín Perdomo
December 17, 2013

Windows Phone please :)

Jamilton Macedo
December 17, 2013

Agree (y)

Nathan
December 17, 2013

Sign up to https://copy.com?r=UNgCNu and get 20GB of free space! That’s 10 times more than Dropbox, and has all the great features!

abdulrahman
December 17, 2013

There’s app of dropbox on windows mobile store

GregMo
December 17, 2013

I switched to bittorrent sync. Don’t have time to manage a 5gb limit

Carlos
December 17, 2013

Meh, still no ‘folder favorite’ to keep folders synced

David
December 17, 2013

They have no file size upload limit or bandwidth limits either!

Zen Mobile
December 19, 2013

The iOS operating system gives the maximum number of apps to choose from, over 650,000 apps. The Android is preferred for its integration with Google.

Claire Thelen
December 19, 2013

Glad to have the ability to share with a bit more simplicity, though I am still finding it very difficult to manage my shares across multiple departments with such single level sharing. Will there ever be a way to easily manage the permissions of each individual user within a share?

keroro
December 20, 2013

Any plan Dropbox for Windows Phone?