Dropbox owned Mailbox heads to Android, beta tests Desktop client
Already a tremendous success on iOS devices, the simple and clean ‘Mailbox’ app is headed to Android platforms. The download is already available for interested Android users to checkout, but an eagerly awaited OS X Desktop version is now in beta. At a press-event held earlier today the company stated, “our mission is to set you free — to take pain away from technology so you can do more with your life. Today, we want to share what’s next.”
There was more news for Dropbox users other than the new email clients, customers can now connect their personal Dropbox to their Dropbox for Business, making it easier to access al of their clo”ud-stored media on any device. As the company states, “his enables a host of new features to keep your admin happy, while making sure you always have your stuff when you need it.
Also announced was a streamlined Carousel application. The company went on to say, “With Dropbox, we built a home for your photos and videos but never gave you a great way to experience them. We’d like you to meet Carousel, the newest member of the Dropbox family. It’s a gallery that houses your entire life’s memories. Even more, Carousel lets you share and relive these memories in private conversations with friends and family.”