While Dropbox's bread and butter is based in the cloud, the file sharing service and storage provider is rolling out a major refresh to the desktop user experience today.
Much like several other social media and cloud-based apps (i.e. Facebook, Box, Google Apps), Dropbox is also targeting real estate on the Mac desktop toolbar at the top of the screen.
With the Dropbox icon and drop-down menu, users should have easier access to notifications and sharing in the default upload folder.
It's a fairly straightforward and simple update, but it is significant because it puts Dropbox on more square-footing with some of the aforementioned cloud storage competitors.
The drop-down menu also keeps Dropbox front and center on the user's computer, reinforcing it as a default but ever-present application.
The San Francisco-based cloud company also has a quick mobile update today for iOS and Android users with notifications for shared folders now popping up on these apps.
Dropbox version 2.0.0 is available to download now.
Screenshots via The Dropbox Blog