Dropbox offers video streaming services on its Android application

Dropbox recently announced an update of its Android application, which includes video streaming features. This means that subscribers having a terminal running Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) can now stream shared videos without having to download them first.

This application provide remote access from your terminal (smartphone or tablet), to your documents and multimedia content as well as those shared by his friends. The video streaming playback feature is exclusive to the Android application and will rolled out later on iOS.

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Published by jad05. Latest update on June 13, 2012 at 08:09 AM by jad05.
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