Having anytime access to your photos and videos is great, but reliving those memories with your friends and family is what brings them to life. And that’s something we want to be as simple as possible. So today, we’re launching a new feature that makes it easier to share photos, videos, and other files in Facebook Messenger.
Great news for Android users working on the go: you can now work on PDFs stored in Dropbox in the Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app.
Last month, we unveiled a new partnership with Adobe to make working with PDFs in Dropbox simpler and faster. Today, we’re excited to share that our iOS integration with Adobe is live and ready for you to use — so you can easily edit PDFs stored in Dropbox, anytime and anywhere.
Monday was the 75th anniversary of the National Federation of the Blind, and we’re marking the occasion by announcing a new integration with KNFB Reader. Using optical character recognition (OCR), KNFB Reader converts photographed text into speech, to make printed materials accessible to the blind and visually impaired.
They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and this rings particularly true for mobile apps. Need to check your flight status? Have some food delivered? Deposit a check? There are apps for all of these things, and they were all created by someone who saw a need. Dropbox Pro user Daniel Levine is no different — he saw a need, so he created an app to fill it. The big difference between Daniel and most people who create apps is that he’s not a developer; he works in law.
If creativity is in your DNA, Dropbox is the perfect place to bring it to life. And with Dropbox-connected apps, there are plenty of ways to express yourself. You can easily connect Dropbox and access your stuff in over 300,000 apps — for everything from note-taking to painting to photo retouching. Here are a few apps to get your creative juices flowing.