And it looks like Dennis Woodside entered the Dropbox to make the developer team really work. An hour ago, I wrote about Mailbox, the company's email management app that helps users reset their inbox. Now the turn of Carousel, An app that works as an image and video gallery for Dropbox's uploaded content. It arrives for Android and promises to better manage the unique cloud photo list.
In addition to better data management in Dropbox, Carousel is also an attempt to bring a social experience to the service, so the app is built by a chat for private conversations. The idea is to put the user in touch with friends and family to remember events such as parties and travel, using a conversation group. This function reminded me a little of Flickr, but in the case of Yahoo, group members can only leave comments on the images, not even sharing a conversation in real time, as in WhatsApp, for example. And, apparently, this is Carousel's move.
The free app, you only pay for your normal Dropbox plan. There is no Portuguese version of the app yet and it can now be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
(tagsToTranslate) Dropbox (t) Carousel (t) new image gallery (t) videos (t) Android app