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  • Dropbox for iOS Updated With Gestures, Multiple Photo Sharing, Small Interface Changes


    The popular free Dropbox application for iOS has Tuesday been updated to version 2.3 with some notable improvements that will enhance usability and user experience.

    The application has gained support for swipe gestures, which will allow you to quickly and easily share, move, delete, or favorite files in your Dropbox. Previously, a swipe only brought up a delete button. In addition, Dropbox users will find a way to quickly share multiple photos at once, rather than just one at a time. The update also makes sharing easier in that it lets you share links to folders and not just single files.

    Dropbox 2.3 brings small tweaks to the user interface, which will be noticed when trying to upload photos to Dropbox from the application. The bubble is now smoke black with flatter buttons rather than the iOS 6-style bubble buttons.

    The update gives Dropbox some needed bug fixes and performance enhancements to prevent issues with crashing and instability. Existing users of the application will find the update under the Updates tab in the App Store; alternatively, users can download the latest version of Dropbox for free from this App Store link. The application is universal and works with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

    Sources: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Dropbox for iOS Updated With Gestures, Multiple Photo Sharing, Small Interface Changes started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. bigboyz's Avatar
      bigboyz -
      I'll stick with SkyDrive as I get 25GB free. Why would I want 2GB in comparison??
    1. hogcia's Avatar
      hogcia -
      Quote Originally Posted by bigboyz View Post
      I'll stick with SkyDrive as I get 25GB free. Why would I want 2GB in comparison??
      I'm done with skydrive and once again using Dropbox. Skydrive is a pain in my behind, I uploaded a FREE book in EPub format and they closed my account. That's Microsoft for ya.
    1. DaLsim's Avatar
      DaLsim -
      Quote Originally Posted by bigboyz View Post
      I'll stick with SkyDrive as I get 25GB free. Why would I want 2GB in comparison??
      How U get 25gb?I only get 7gb?

      How U get 25gb? I ONLY got 7gb?