World renowned online cloud storage service provider Dropbox has added some intuitive features in it. The app of the Dropbox has been redesigned, and features like scanning documents using a mobile camera, etc. have been added.
Dropbox is now trying to expand its features from file-syncing and sharing into the bigger market of cloud-based storage solution and collaboration.
The company (Dropbox) is now concentrating on using on adding features that not just let employees work together, comment, chat but also create, putting Dropbox into the stiff market competition.
Company’s vice president of product and design, Todd Jackson said in an interview before the company’s announcement on the product development-
We want to go from keeping your files in sync to keeping your team in sync. “We are starting to layer on communication on top of files.
The cloud file-syncing and sharing market of the tech world forecasted to generate about $1.95 billion revenue last year, 2015-16 according to share trading researcher IDC and this market is divided up among world’s giant tech companies like Dropbox, Microsoft and Box Inc. Apple Inc. and Google. Jackson said that Dropbox tries to get more directly into the broader – and tiredly competitive market for cloud storage solution and collaboration services.