Dropbox is getting a slew of interfaces with the new tools and features. The new file conversion feature where users convert images between different formats like JPEG and PNG, and files into PDFs. The support for video conversion is coming soon. It is also adding new features to its password manager.
Automatic camera backups from mobile are available to users on Dropbox’s free tier with some improvements. Dropbox uploads faster and more reliable, and on iOS with an option to specify which folders automatically backed up. There are the photos automatically deleted after they’re backed up to save space.
The service’s password manager is available to free account holders with updates to store credit and debit card details while a password sharing feature was announced in March. Dropbox’s password manager for its free and paid account holders, but free accounts are limited to storing a maximum of 50 passwords.
The web Dropbox is updating its side navigation interface to organize files through dragging and dropping. It offers more details on the files at a glance. The users are also getting a simplified interface from their system tray with streamlined access to content, search, file activity, and sync progress.