Dropbox Reaches 2 Million Users; Continues to Grow

Dropbox, the impressive file sharing service which makes it easy to sync your files across multiple computers and the web, has announced that it has reached two million registered users, just four months after reaching one million users. Of those, Dropbox has almost one million users that are active.

Just earlier this month, Dropbox rolled out a brand new redesign of its web interface, and new search as well as many other features. Dropbox has been very secretive about numbers, especially financials, but these figures indicate that it is definitely gaining traction.

Dropbox submitted its iPhone application in the middle of August. It still has not been approved. According to CEO Drew Houston, Apple rejected the application two weeks after submitting to the App Store, but since then they have fixed all the bugs, and re-submitted the app.

Dropbox was one of the finalists for TechCrunch50 one year ago. The company is based in San Francisco and has raised $1.5 million from Sequoia Capital.

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