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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.
News ByteDropbox said today that it was releasing better tools for Android and iOS developers to include file syncing within their apps. The new syncing should happen within a couple of seconds of any change, and it’s smart about understanding things like when a device comes back online. The move speaks to Dropbox’s larger ambitions about being an embedded part of applications, devices and platforms.