New file upload and browsing in Basecamp 3 for Android

Summer brings 4 day work weeks at Basecamp, but that doesn’t mean the Android team takes a break. They just launched a new version of Basecamp 3 for Android, with an updated file browser to make attaching files to your Basecamp faster and easier.

With the new file browser, you can attach an image directly from the camera (Android 5 and above), or file from Dropbox or Google Drive:

Upload from your camera, or a service like Dropbox/Google Drive.

Check out the new camera and file picking features in action:

Get it Today!

Basecamp 3 for Android 3.5.4 with the new file browsing and uploading is available today in the Google Play Store. The new file browsing feature is available in Android 4.4 and above (the camera option is in Android 5.0 and above only). Try it out and leave Jay, Dan and Jamie a review in the Play Store.

If you don’t have a Basecamp 3 account yet, now is the perfect time to get one. Your first 30 days are free!

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