Dropbox has unveiled the biggest user-facing change in the company's history which includes updates to the Dropbox desktop experience, dropbox.com, and the mobile app.
The update includes early access to a new desktop app that has a single workspace designed to bring files, fragmented work tools, and teams together.
“Work has become scattered—files are spread across devices, in the cloud, and on our hard drives. We’re working across multiple apps that don’t talk to each other, and teams are struggling to keep up,” said Drew Houston, CEO, Dropbox. “We’re focused on removing the friction from that experience, pulling everything together in a way that nobody has done before. The new Dropbox helps you quiet the noise and find focus at work.”
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