DropBox User-base up to 25 Million

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DropBox announced some impressive numbers today. The service is claiming over 25 million users and 200 million files saved per day.

If you're unfamiliar wtih Dropbox, it's a srevice that ltes you upload documents, photos, and videos, and share them from your computer, smartphone or iPad.

"Dropbox transforms the way people create and share their life’s work," said Drew Houston, CEO and co-founder of Dropbox. "Whether that’s designing buildings, writing music or raising a family, we're focused on making it effortless to have your files wherever you need them, on any computer or phone. With this first step, we’re excited to reach new people around the world and delight them with all the ways Dropbox can simplify their lives."

Meanwhile, the service has expanded into more languages:

Woohoo! ¡Hurra! やったー! Hourra! Dropbox is now available in French, German, Japanese, and Spanish: http://blog.dropbox.com/?p=709 6 hours ago via web · powered by @socialditto

"Computers should make your life easier, not harder," said CTO Arash Ferdowsi. "We've spent hours sweating every tiny detail of Dropbox so you never have to think about it – it just works. Flawlessly synchronizing thousands of files per second across every operating system and mobile phone platform is an enormous technical challenge. We've built an incredible team to do this at a global scale."

Dropbox gives users 2GB of free space. This amount can be upgraded for a fee. People are using it all over the world, in 175 countries.

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