Earlier this week, Dropbox, announced a new set of mobile apps, including updates for iPhone, iPad and Android apps, and first release of Dropbox for BlackBerry. Dropbox also announced ther're over 100 3rd-party mobile apps now in market that use company's mobile APIs to make mobile document editing, image capture, note taking and other features available to Dropbox users at the new Dropbox app directory, that features app information, screenshots and reviews from some of the most popular productivity app providers.
"Dropbox for BlackBerry, bringing file access and viewing directly to popular line of smart phones. Dropbox for Android has been enhanced with support for photo galleries and multi-photo upload, ability to automatically send files to Dropbox from other apps, progress bar and notifications for file transfers, and other new features and fixes.
And, with new iOS, users have new features and performance enhancements, including automatic offline caching for recently accessed files, support for HD video and high-resolution photo capture, numerous user interface enhancements including a new home screen and progress display, full screen landscape document viewing on iPad and the support for multitasking to allow files to upload or download in the background.