Dropbox 2.0.7 for Linux Client Launched with Fewer Features than for Windows and Mac OS

The latest version of Dropbox can be downloaded from Softpedia

By on April 12th, 2013 11:35 GMT

Dropbox, a client for an online service that lets you take all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere, no matter the platform, is now at version 2.0.7.

The Dropbox developers have no love for the Linux platform. The latest version released on all the platforms, 2.0.7, has just a few fixes for Linux, as opposed to a myriad for Mac OS and Windows.

The developers have gone through the trouble of explaining the awesomeness of their new feature, a new tray popup that combines the old tray menu features with a timeline of the most important sharing events in your Dropbox.

It's only available on every other platform, with the exception of Linux.

Highlights of Dropbox 2.0.7:

• A bug where certain messages indicating time spent were incorrect has been fixed;
• A bug where opening or closing client was impossible while disconnected has been fixed;
• A bug that caused notifications to be sorted incorrectly, has been fixed.

Check out the official changelog for more details about this release.

Download Dropbox 2.0.7
right now from Softpedia.

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