Yahoo Mail has scored a series of integrations that make photo and file sharing better for the redesigned and relaunched service. Last month, it got Flickr support, and in April it got Dropbox support for attachments on the Web.
Now, that support has come to the Android app, and you can share attachements directly from Dropbox.
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Yahoo’s David McDowell explains how to use the new feature:
In the app, start a new email, tap the attachment icon and choose “Share from Dropbox.” If you’ve already linked your Dropbox account, then you can start choosing files to share right away. If you don’t have an account, just sign up from within the app.
You can snag the new version of Dropbox for Android on the Google Play store, and stay tuned for all of the news out of today’s Drobox developer conference DBX.
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