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Have you ever wished that you could access your files from anywhere? We made Dropbox because we were tired of e-mailing files to ourselves or carrying around a USB key. Once installed, Dropbox is just like any other folder on your computer, but with a twist. Any file you put in it will synchronize both to any other computers you may have on Dropbox, as well as to the web. Furthermore, any changes you make to any of your files will be sync'd up to all your other computers instantly, across Windows, Mac and Linux. Dropbox also makes it very easy to share and collaborate on files with others.
What's new in this version:
- Fix a bug where notifications may enter a bad state without the ability to recover.
- Clicking a shared folder invitation now opens the invitation inbox.
- Re-enable Notification Center on OSX 10.8.
- Fix a bug where the popup would remain visible while the tray icon was hidden while quitting the application.
- Improved performance when acknowledging notifications.
- Fix a bug where notifications would sometimes fail to appea... See all new features »