Dropbox has finally launched its Paper app for Android and iOS devices. Available in open beta right now, Dropbox Paper is a Google Docs-like app that lets you create collaborative documents and share information with your team.
Dropbox Paper was first introduced as a limited private beta and it is now open to anyone who is interested to try it out. Since its launch, the team behind Paper has made a bunch of improvements on the app, like enhanced tables and image galleries, desktop, web and mobile notifications, and “powerful search” to help you quickly find the docs you need. With the new mobile apps, you can get project updates, make edits and respond to feedback anytime, anywhere.
Some of the features on Dropbox Paper include:
- Stay up-to-date with your team and see all notifications (comments, shares and @mentions) in one organised list
- Add/view/reply to comments so you can have a conversation on the go
- Make changes to existing docs or create brand new docs
- Never miss an update on your shared docs
For those of you who are interested to try Dropbox Paper, you may sign up at its website. Once done, just download the app from the Play Store or App Store to get started.