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Dropbox for Android now lets you share folders with friends

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Dropbox members no longer have to wait until they're at a desktop to share a whole folder. An updated Dropbox for Android lets users both invite others to shared folders and manage the relevant permissions. There aren't many other interface additions, although anyone eager to upgrade to Pro service can now subscribe through Google Play instead of the web. And don't worry, iOS fans -- Dropbox is bringing invitation support to your app in early 2014.

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