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Dropbox learns Dutch, Swedish, Danish and Thai in international expansion

Loek Essers | June 18, 2014
Dropbox launched Dutch, Swedish, Danish and Thai versions of its application and clients, as the company seeks to grow the international usage of its cloud storage and file sharing service.

Other language versions of Dropbox are likely to follow. The company is still looking for an "internationalization engineer" who will help to make sure that every person, regardless of language or location, receives a first-class experience when using Dropbox, according to a job posting on its website that also said Dropbox' internationalization process is "just getting started."

 

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