Dropbox authorization

The first thing you'll need to do after downloading Boxie is authorize it to access your Dropbox account.
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Tutorial

Pay attention to the tutorial for Boxie. The gestures included in the app are demonstrated in the demo, and you'll want to know them.
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Undo

You can undo a recent action such as deleting or moving a file.
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Sharing aplenty

As you can see, there's a long list of options to share files and even folders. You can easily share with anyone, or just with fellow Boxie users.
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Navigation

The gestures provide convenient methods for access to extra management options, but the app is full of other options, such as long-pressing on the back arrow to view folder hierarchy.
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Gestures

Swiping in either direction over a file or folder will present you with options to share, rename, bookmark, download for offline use, or delete the file, and more.
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Power Pack

A heavy Dropbox user will find the features included in the $2.99 Power Pack well worth the investment. Push notifications of file changes, revision, and restoration of deleted items are worth the price alone.
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