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Dropbox is one of the must-have apps on iPhone and it’s just gotten a whole lot better with Dropbox 3.0, which is redesigned for iOS 7 and brings a bunch of new features like AirDrop support. And it’s not ignoring Android either, bringing a new notifications feed and enhanced sharing options.

The app looks cleaner and simpler with its new iOS 7-inspired redesign. “We considered every aspect of the app, took the time to make sure we did a thorough job, and simplified a whole bunch of stuff,” Dropbox said in a blog post.

Dropbox 3.0 for iOS also includes AirDrop support to easily share files between different devices and apps Share Files Easily Between Computers With AirDrop & Two Similar Applications [Mac] Share Files Easily Between Computers With AirDrop & Two Similar Applications [Mac] How often have you sent an email to yourself, simply to move a picture or document between computers? Often, the only obvious alternative is clear overkill, like setting up a temporary FTP server on your... Read More . It also brings full-screen view, saves videos to your library, and is faster than ever before, apart from squashing a few bugs.

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On Android, Dropbox now has a new notifications feed to show you an activity log of what people have shared with you. But more importantly, it’s gained a new ability to share files with non-Dropbox users via email. Tap the ‘Share’ button on any file and choose ‘Send to Contact’ to share a link to that file with anyone in your contacts list. Pretty neat!

Of course, just because you can share more doesn’t mean you should. Don’t be a Dropbox jerk and make sure you adhere to some cloud file-sharing etiquette Don't Be A Dropbox Jerk: Cloud File Sharing Etiquette You Should Know Don't Be A Dropbox Jerk: Cloud File Sharing Etiquette You Should Know Are you annoying the people you share files with services like Dropbox? Maybe; here are some things you do that may bug others, and some rules you can use to avoid doing so. Read More .

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You can download Dropbox for free from the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store. And you’d do well to take a look at our guide to using Dropbox The Unofficial Guide To Dropbox The Unofficial Guide To Dropbox There's more to Dropbox than you might think: you can use it for file sharing, backing up your data, syncing files between computers and even remotely control your computer. Read More , while you’re at it.

Sources: Engadget, Dropbox, Android Police

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