Dropbox Paper Hits Open Beta, New App for Android


Dropbox Paper, the company’s platform for better collaboration between team members, is exiting private beta, entering an open beta for all to use. Not only is the beta opening up, but Dropbox also released updated apps for Android and iOS to celebrate. 

With the help of its existing beta users, Dropbox has taken in a lot of feedback and suggestions, with the updated beta reflecting a lot of the changes. Listed by Dropbox, users can now expect to see desktop/mobile notification, better image galleries, and a powerful search tool.

If you’ve never heard of Paper, here’s a few examples of what to use it for.

To get started, you will need to enter the beta (follow link below), then be sure to download the Android app.

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