One of the most popular productivity services in the cloud segment is undoubtedly Google Docs. But, Dropbox finally brings its Google Docs competitor out of beta.
Dropbox Launches Its Note-Taking App Globally In 21 Languages
One of the most popular productivity services in the cloud segment is undoubtedly Google Docs. Aware of the success of the Google platform, and also of Microsoft, Dropbox has now released the final version of Dropbox Paper, which is now available in 21 languages.
Will this platform conquer users … at this point?
Dropbox Paper was announced in October 2015, and so far it was in beta. Today, developers have announced the final version of Dropbox Paper, a cloud-based service that lets you create, edit, and share documents.
However, this is a service that arrives late, one time in the market already exists Google Docs platform and Office 365. Given the popularity of rival services, Rob Baesman responsible for Dropbox Paper, states that this new service can be used in conjunction with those that already exist.
See how Dropbox Paper works:-
How to use?
To use Dropbox Paper, you only need an account in the Dropbox service and then simply you can just access or use the Dropbox Paper. Not only that, even editing documents is very intuitive and easy. Besides text, you can insert images, even from Dropbox, tables, bookmarks, to-do list, code, etc.
The Dropbox Paper is currently available in 21 languages as we told earlier. In addition, Dropbox Paper has also launched Smart Sync feature, a tool that allows users to access stored online files in Dropbox accounts, and so that they can be opened on Windows or MacOS without any additional software.