Latest Dropbox update adds automatic uploads, gallery feature, and more
3GB of extra storage also up for grabs
Cloud storage service Dropbox now boasts some useful new options to help you back up your mobile media while you're out and about.
Instead of manually selecting files and uploading them in batches, Dropbox users can opt to automatically upload any pictures or videos captured on their mobile device - provided the unit is connected to the internet, of course.
Then, once you've beamed your media files to the cloud, you can easily browse your uploaded content via the new Gallery view.
In a break from the service's previous policy, there are no longer any restrictions on the size of the files you can upload, leaving you free to back up whichever files you wish (provided you have adequate storage space).
Speaking of space, users who take advantage of this Qi Top 5 app's automatic photo upload feature can also earn an extra 3GB of storage, which will be dished out in 500MB portions according to usage.
You can download Dropbox for free from the App Store now.