Android 12 Oct
Dropbox brings new improvement to its offerings, giving another solid reason to choose it over the competitor platforms for the purpose to store and sync files across devices. Dropbox has worked closely with tech giants like Adobe, Autodesk, Vimeo, and DocuSign to release the first suite of its extensions helping the professionals and enterprise users to utilize a unified platform to work on different projects without leaving the dropbox ecosystem.
Dropbox extensions would be available from 27th November onwards for all users (non-business users as well), bringing a solution to everyday tools required like signing a PDF, editing images or annotating videos. These extensions would be available as third-party plugins meant to perform different tasks like editing an image would be done without uploading/download image, scanning content etc. And as expected, all the work is done and changes made in the files would be synced across all the devices under an account via Dropbox cloud technology.
The partnering companies in this regard are Adobe, Autodesk, Vimeo, DocuSign, airSlate, Nitro, HelloSign, Smallpdf, Pixlr, and the list would only grow with time to bring more offerings for the Dropbox users. Company’s senior vice president Engineering, Product and Design Quentin Clark talked about it as,
Dropbox Extensions is the latest example of how we're partnering with other best-of-breed tools to make collaboration more seamless,
Users willing to make use of these extensions would ‘Open with’ a file and choose the extension they would want to work with. Do you think such a feature would be helpful for what you do with Dropbox? Let us know in the comment section below.