Humble Dropbox update brings document previews and search improvements

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If you're one of the many users that take advantage of Dropbox, there's a small update waiting in the Google Play Store for you. While the update may only brings minor features, they're all rather helpful. 

The first change in the latest version (2.4.3) of Dropbox is that you can now preview documents. This can save you the precious time of downloading a large file, only to find that it wasn't the one you were looking for. You'll be able to zoom, view, and scroll through any PDF, Word document, or PowerPoint with ease. 

Search has also been improved in the latest Dropbox update, and now includes search query tracking and typeahead suggestions. While limited to Dropbox for Business users, shared folders can now have their permissions set to 'view-only' right within the app.

Last but not least, 2.4.3 includes cache performance improvements, as well as the expected 'lots of bug fixes.'

Although it's a small update, the ability to preview documents without requiring a file download sounds pretty sweet to me. If you've yet to grab it, head over to the Google Play Store here to get your update on

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