Dropbox has updated its Mac app to bring iPhoto importing and automatic screenshot uploading to the application. Once updated, users running iPhoto 7.0 or higher can automatically import their iPhoto library to their Dropbox account using the built-in importer tool. Dropbox will arrange photos for you in subfolders that correspond to events in the user’s iPhoto library. As of now, Dropbox Business users will not be able to take advantage of this new feature.
Like we mentioned before, Dropbox 2.4.0 has also brought a new screenshot to Dropbox for Mac. This feature allows Dropbox to automatically upload all screenshots taken to the user’s Dropbox account. Once uploaded, a public sharing link is copied to the user’s clipboard for quick and easy sharing.
Version 2.4.0 of Dropbox also adds OS X 10.9 Mavericks support and reportedly increases upload and download speeds for large files. You can download the latest release of Dropbox for Mac from the Dropbox website.
Dropbox is a popular cross-platform cloud storage service. The service includes 2GB of free storage with paid premium options, however, users can earn free storage by inviting friends and performing other tasks. Dropbox has a web interface as well as apps for Mac, iOS , Android, PC, and tons of other platforms as well.