Dropbox has introduced a Google Docs-like feature named Paper, which is designed to provide a collaborative document editing platform for browsers and allows users to edit documents with Dropbox contacts.
Paper allows users to create a document and type text right away in one font that is available in three sizes; a feature it says is focused on sharing ideas rather than formatting.
Users will have to use other editing apps if they wish to bring variety to the text.
Just like Google Docs, users will also be able to add images by browsing Dropbox and adding a Dropbox link directly in the document. Dropbox will automatically change these links into images and videos.