That’s a really nice touch. After installation of Dropbox 2.0 in Mac, it ejects the .dmg for you. I do the usual — you know — after install, eject the .dmg file. I’m pleasantly surprised I don’t have to do that. That’s a great experience you gave me as a user. Although in all good intentions, I wonder does that mean applications can eject my external hard disk should they choose to.
Still it’s a nice touch and I will remember it as that. And the new user interface for Dropbox is amazing too. Kudos there:
With the recent USD100m acquisition of Mailbox, I am excited to see what’s coming up next.