Box for Android updates to 2.0 with new features
If you use Box for Android, then you’re in for a treat. The company has released the latest version of their app, labeled as the first major overhaul since beta to release… version 2.0. The new version brings document preview, offline folders, bulk uploads and downloads, “complete action using” integration and descriptions on files and folders. According to Box,
More than 75 different types of files can be previewed right on your Android device – Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets, Adobe PDFs, Photoshop files, you name it!
All the other features look to work great, and now you can even go straight from your email app to Box, without having to use the browser as a medium… a feature that was glaringly missing from previous versions.
To check out more, hit up the source link below. You can also download the latest version of Box for Android here in the Google Play store.
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