Dropbox Launches Mailbox For Android With Auto-Swipe, Previews Mailbox For Desktop

A year after acquiring mobile-first email management iOS app Mailbox, today Dropbox launched Mailbox for Android, and previewed a beta version for desktop. It also showed off a new “Auto-swipe” feature that lets you not only archive an unwanted email, but automatically archive similar emails you receive in the future.

The new Mailboxes were unveiled on stage at Dropbox’s big press event in SF where it announced it now has 275 million users and has a new collaboration integration with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint called Project Harmony.

On Android, Mailbox works much like its iOS sister and it’s available now (though it’s not fully populated) in Google Play.

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