If you were hesitant to try out the latest Dropbox beta build we posted a few days ago, then you'll be glad to know that the updated .apk just landed in the Android Market.

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This brings the version up to a solid 2.0, and with it a lot of fresh features that many Dropbox users have longed for since the app was first released.


  • Completely redesigned the app and added lots of new features!
  • Favorites: quick offline access to files
  • Bulk upload photos and videos
  • Rename files and folders
  • Single-tap access to all file and folder actions
  • Improved gallery view
  • Upload from and export to local storage
  • Optimized for Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0)
  • Numerous bug fixes and stability improvements

The update is live in the Market now, hit the widget to grab it!

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Mesmorino

    Is bulk upload a fancy way of saying multiple uploads? Because I already did that... Multiple image/file select from Quickpic/Astro, share to dropbox and boom, over 30 files uploaded at once.

    • sriracha

      you are correct, bulk means multi-upload. like you, i use my file explorer, or which ever app i'm using, to "Share" to Dropbox for uploads. i only use the app to retrieve data from my cloud because it's faster than opening my browser.

      i did notice after this update, my dropbox folder changed location; from /sdcard/dropbox to /sdcard/android/data/com.dropbox. the /data folder had a nomedia file in it, so my phone quit recognizing my mp3 files. i [cut] the nomedia file and [paste]d it into all the other folders in /data, save com.dropbox. back to normal.

  • Akshara

    What happened to my previous Dropbox download folder??!!!

    The download location is hard-coded to some where deep inside the file system.


    Please provide the option to set the download directory.

  • Jeremy

    I agree with Akshara... it is simply unacceptable that you moved my DB folder and don't give me control over where it is. I have dozens of links on my home screen to documents I use regularly along with other apps that use the path I previously had DB in. And, some tablets have multiple mount points where the external SD shows up as sdcard2. I might want DB there and not where you want it.

    Please immediately release an update that fixes this.

  • ro

    Head over to the dropbox forums to have your say. The update to 2.0 has caused chaos and confusion for many with the cache location change. You can find the forum here


    You can share your frustrations with the rest and give your input