Box OneCloud arrives on Android with 50 launch partners
Box today announced that it has released its Android version of Box OneCloud, and brought 50 app integration partners along for the ride. Like its iOS counterpart, Box OneCloud provides users with a full suite of productivity tools and services with Box’s cloud-based content sharing platform. Available for free in the Google Play Store today, Box (OneCloud) sees tight integration with other apps such Breezy, Docusign Ink, Fetchnotes, Dolphin Browser, and more!
In addition to the consumer-facing news, Box also announced its OneCloud SDK for Android, giving developers the opportunity to utilize the same tools.If you are an Android developer looking to take advantage of the SDK, head to developers.box.com today!
Box OneCloud for Android includes the following features:
- App Gallery: shows users what apps work with Box and is contextually sensitive to show the best apps for file editing and creation
- Round-trip integrations: provides a seamless way for you to open Box files in partner apps and save them back to Box.
- Fifty Android App partners, including leading mobile productivity app integrations from FetchNotes, iAnnotate, Docusign Ink and Breezy
Download Box for Android today.
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