On Tuesday, Dropbox released an update for its iOS application, bringing the application up to version 3.7.

Tuesday's update focuses on bringing support for iOS 8's share extensions. Now, when viewing a file in iOS 8, you can enable a new share extension in the iOS 8 share menu specifically for Dropbox that allows you to save the file to your Dropbox account, as shown above.

To enable it, you just tap on the "..." button in the iOS 8 share menu and enable the Dropbox option:

The update also includes various bug fixes and performance improvements related to moving and deleting files, as well as printing and exporting them. RTF previews and password protected files are also reported to be much more stable in this release.

Existing users of the Dropbox application for iOS will find this update under the Updates tab in the App Store application unless they have Automatic Updates enabled on their iOS 8 device; if this is the case, the update will be installed automatically. You can also download the latest version of Dropbox manually for free from this App Store link.

Sources: App Store