Dropbox has just updated its mobile site to improve the way users view images on the go, following similar changes made to the startup’s Android app, iPhone / iPad apps and desktop site. This decision makes the startup’s gallery-styled image viewer available to anyone with a mobile device, including Windows Phone users, where an official app has yet to appear. Additionally, the update reinforces consistency throughout the overall Dropbox experience — and given that the quality of this experience is what led to the company’s success, it’s good to see improvements on all fronts. Read the full story at The Next Web.

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