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Online document creation and editing tool Dropbox Paper is now in open beta, alongside iOS and Android apps for better productivity on the go.
The open beta means there’s no waitlist, so any Dropbox user can sign up. The company says Paper users have created over one million documents and provided their input:
Early Paper users have already created over a million docs and given us a ton of useful feedback. With that input, we’ve made improvements like enhanced tables and image galleries; desktop, web, and mobile notifications; and powerful search to help you quickly find the docs you need. And our new mobile apps let you get project updates, make edits, and respond to feedback—any time, anywhere.
Paper for Android and iOS are also technically beta, but serve as a full-fledged Paper experience rather than a stripped-down mobile viewer. To take advantage, you’ll first have to sign up for the Dropbox Paper beta program, then download the apps from the App Store or Google Play.
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