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Mailbox, the iPhone email app that some folks really love — and that Dropbox loves so much it paid many millions for — is now available for the iPad. The swipe-to-triage service still only works with Gmail, but it has been modified with panels to fit the larger screen. No Android yet.
News ByteDropbox, that fast-growing Silicon Valley company with a product that regular people actually pay money to use, has made another big hire. Rasmus Andersson joins the company’s design and engineering teams from Facebook, where he spent two years after being the chief designer at Spotify.