Dropbox for Mac was finally updated on Thursday, bringing support for Finder integration under OS X Lion. While the previous version of Dropbox worked on Lion, it lacked menu integration through Finder, which frustrated many users.
Dropbox continues to be one of the most popular cloud storage options available, with its native integration into the file system being one of its most outstanding features. Installing the app add a Dropbox folder to the Finder, and simply dragging files to that folder automatically uploads them to Dropbox’s servers, where they can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection.
The update will trickle down automatically for users of OS X Lion, or you can choose to manually update by downloading the latest version from Dropbox’s website.