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View your files

You can browse though your files, create folders, and look at thumbnail previews. You also have the option to view your files in a list.
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File management

You can also browse your files in a list. A swipe left on a file name gives the option to delete it. Buttons across the bottom of the app let you sort by backups, recent files, and documents you've shared with others.
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Auto backups

The automatic backup feature for photos and videos will be useful, but I would prefer if the app would ask me before uploading.
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Add files

Touch the menu button (three circles in the top right) to add a file. You also can select multiple files for sharing here.
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Sending a link via e-mail

To share a file you can quickly send a link via e-mail, and this is what the e-mail will look like to the recipient.
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