Dropbox Adds Browser Drag-And-Drop To Cloud Magic

Dropbox is improving once again. The world's favorite cloud-based file sharing and storage service now has looming competition, with SkyDrive, iCloud, Box and soon -- Google Drive -- coming into view. So lately, we've seen the team cranking out many new features. The latest is drag-and-drop, allowing users to simply spot something that they want saved, and using Chrome / Firefox / Safari, upload files by dragging them from your desktop onto the Dropbox website. After Dropbox detects the upload, it’ll work its magic to get your stuff wherever you need it.

Something tells us it's only the beginning of a longer line of improvements for Dropbox. And frankly, we hope they cook up integration with mobile operating systems next. Cross-platform magic is what makes it so appealing.