After launcing Linux and iPhone app, Dropbox is ready with ‘Dropbox Android App,’ which’ll have live streaming, as well as file download support. Editing files on the go will reflect changes in the Dropbox, and you could upload videos to Dropbox instantly and share their public links. Android App will allow users to view their files from their phones, and will support multimedia content like music and movies (you can elect to store your key documents locally on your phone if you want). As with the desktop version of the app, if you edit a file, it’ll automatically sync up with your account. You can upload new files to your account and share links to them with your friends (app will also be integrated into Android’s systemwide ‘Share Via’ menu, so you can immediately upload a photo or video you shoot to Dropbox).