All the Dropbox fans get another reason to cheer up. Dropbox application for Android and iOS is now updated. This is not a cosmetic update, rather it is a functionality update, updated Dropbox now supports bulk upload in Android and iOS. This was much expected and missed functionality in Dropbox for Android and iOS. Dropbox 1.1 app for Android will also support Honeycomb tablets. Application adds support for French, German, Japanese and Spanish languages in all the platforms. Dropbox 1.4 for iOS will have a dedicated tab for uploads. With this you will be able to bulk upoad your photos and videos in Dropbox. You can also import files from Mail and other apps like file processor to upload with Dropbox. The updated application can be download for Android and iOS. iPad , iPhone, iPod users can download the latest version from iTunes. Android users can download the Dropbox version 1.1 from Android Marketplace. And off course all these downloads are free. For those who do not know what Dropbox is - Dropbox is an online file storage service which allows you to sync your files on various plateforms like Apple's iPad , Android smartphones, Windows desktops, Linux machines and many other platforms. Dropbox provides a 2 GB free account when you signup. You can purchase a premium account upto 100 GB.