Dropbox is just rolling out an update to its Android App. The update comes with the support of Chrome OS Keyboard Navigation. The Feature was most awaited by the Chrome OS users of the app.
The update is a small one, Anyhow the full changelog follows.
- Support for Chrome OS KeyBoard Navigation
- Support for Chrome OS Right-Click Menus.
The above-listed features come in the Dropbox app v116.2.4. You can use these features by downloading the latest version of the app from the Play store.
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