"We also think those memories are meant to be shared. That’s why we built private conversations into Carousel — as a way to relive entire events with friends and family," Dropbox explains. "With Carousel, you can share hundreds of photos in the same amount of time it’d take to send just one by text. Even more, you can capture an event from every angle by saving the photos others share with you."
For business users, Dropbox is working on an initiative it calls "Project Harmony." It's an effort to bring collaboration to the Dropbox world by letting you see who's editing a file as well as have a conversation with other editors and the ability to keep copies in sync, all right inside the apps you already use. On a semi-related note (to Dropbox), Mailbox is now available for Android with a new auto-swipe service, which allows you to mute threads you don't care about, snooze messages from friends until after work, and route receipts to a list, all automatically.
"Starting today, Mailbox uses Dropbox to sync preferences and auto-swipe patterns across email accounts and devices. That means you get a seamless experience no matter which device or email account you use," Mailbox says. "This is part of an ongoing integration of Mailbox into the Dropbox family — we’re working hard to craft magical experiences that are only possible on top of the Dropbox platform." You can download Mailbox for Android here.