Nov 22 2013, 5:10am CST | by Sumayah Aamir
Dropbox has revamped iOS app with an all-new design and a slew of new features and tweaks. The new Dropbox app for iPhone and iPad features a refreshed design for Apple's new iOS 7. Other features include: AirDrop support; a streamlined iPad interface; improved sharing and exporting; seamless saving of videos to library; and an updated PDF viewer.
Dropbox for iOS app version 3.0 also put an end to many annoying bugs. It has fixed crash bugs and HTM text-rendering issues. The new iOS app is also faster than previous versions in terms of launching, photo loading, and video playback.
"The new Dropbox app is a bit like a new beginning for Dropbox on iOS. While many things will feel familiar, we hope you’ll notice the small tweaks that make a pretty huge difference. And maybe best of all, it sets the stage for some exciting things to come," the company states on the official blog.
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