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Like the Box for iPhone and Box for iPad, Box for Android lets users access, share and manage business content on-the-go all from their Android device.
The app works on any Android phone running Android OS 2.0 or later. This includes most of the biggest sellers like the DROID, DROID X, Galaxy S, Nexus One and HTC EVO 4G.
The app is pretty similar to its iPhone and iPad cousina, allowing users to browse files and folders, preview documents, media and web documents and share links to a file or folder via e-mail.
However Box for Android includes the ability to search for files and sort your results directly from the app — a feature the iOS version doesn't currently support. Additionally, because Android has a more visible file system, it's a bit easier to upload files and folders that are already on your Android device directly to Box.net. You can do this in iOS, but it sometimes requires the use of external programs like GoodReader [...]