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Dropbox close its applications for photos and email

"Mailbox close on February 26, 2016 and March 31 Carousel" wrote the co-founders of Dropbox, Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowski in the company blog.


Carousel was launched in a big way in 2014 and allows sharing and viewing photos and videos, an application Dropbox sought to "give life" to a site for online data storage and compete with rivals Yahoo! Flickr or Google Picasa .


For his part, Mailbox is a program that handles email and Dropbox bought 2013.
The US company justified its decision to focus in the coming months on applications for "collaboration and simplifying how people work together."

Dropbox, which debuted in 2007, combines an offer of free basic services with other paid to provide greater storage capacity and profit.

The company claims 400 million users, of which 150,000 are companies who pay for their professional offer, a niche that has focused more in recent months.

Dropbox is one of a series of startups that are not quoted in Silicon Valley, with a valuation of about 10,000 million dollars at the end of last year, according to company statistics CB Insight.

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