An update today to Dropbox’s Paper app brings new creative tools, a new API for developers, fresh ways to stay organized, and more.
In a press release today, Dropbox shares that the latest update to Paper will further its goal to help foster creativity and collaboration among teams. Here’s how Dropbox describes the new tools and API:
Additionally, the update is bringing more ways to stay organized:
Dropbox Paper’s last update brought an offline mode along with support for 20 languages. Earlier this month, Dropbox also updated the way it handles mobile prompts for two-factor authentication.
These new features should be available now on the web and with the Dropbox Paper app, available for free on the App Store.