The rapid increase of highly-improved digital cameras such as smartphones and tablets has also caused the flooding of digital images across different devices and services. Many users are having a difficult time in deciding which photos they are going to keep or delete because of the limited memory storage of the device.]
Finally, the cloud storage service Dropbox, addressed the problem with regards to glut of digital photos. Dropbox released the newest photo and video app, Carousel. It is expected to be available in Android and iOS apps stores later Wednesday. This is a free application that served as a central repository and gallery in the cloud of all your images.
During the event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Dropbox made a handful of announcement and one of it is about the Carousel. It introduces new Android and beta Mac desktop versions of its Mailbox application which is a tool for organizing bulky inboxes in your account.
For Business, Dropbox is coming out of a limited beta. Users have the option to have two separate Dropbox accounts. One is allotted for the user’s personal belongings and one is for business documents. It has features like remote wipes and audit logs that will surely make IT departments happy.
This new application might be the most exciting new product for regular users. Most of the time, digital photos are stored all over the multiple social media networks, PC, hard drives and other devices. Many have tried to solve issues in the past with middling success like the Apple’s Photo Stream. But a more positive outlook has been foreseen with the Dropbox because it’s in a better position to bring together the content from multiple devices and operating systems. As of now, 275 million people already use and subscribe Dropbox.
With Carousel, users can finally bring together all their images stored on Dropbox with shots taken on an Android or iOS device. Users no longer have to worry because Carousel can back up the full-sized images taken on mobile devices to Dropbox. The application automatically sorts the photo by date and location. It also has tools for sharing images in a conversation with a friend and at the same time saving images share in your Dropbox.
Carousel app is entirely new. It is designed nicely to sort through those images. It gives more space on smartphones and tablets, but counts towards the allotted 2 gigabytes of free space on the individual Dropbox account. Anyone can give more space from the service in an easiest and fastest way.