After launching Paper late last year via a closed beta, Dropbox has opened the platform to the public and released a corresponding iOS and Android mobile app.
To download the app, you first need to register for its open beta program, which can be done through Dropbox’s website. Once that’s done, visit either the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store to get the right app for your smartphone. Essentially a competitor to Google Docs, the platform takes advantage of Dropbox’s cloud backend to create a simple platform for collaborative document creation.
Given the company history of shutting down its own apps, one might assume Paper has little chance of getting out of beta, but with its new focus on enterprise customers, Paper actually has a good chance of being around for some time — given that it finds success, of course.