Dropbox Redesigned for iPhone with Save-to-Folder
Dec 14, 2012, 3:40 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Dropbox today announced a significant update of its iOS application. Among the new features includes the ability to save uploads directly to existing or new folders. The application also now treats photos differently with a new photos tab. The tab lets users browser through their photo uploads in chronological order, as well as see uploads from other devices. Last, Dropbox for iOS has been given a visual overhaul. Dropbox replaced many of the text labels in favor of icons, which are cleaner in terms of design. Dropbox for iOS is a free download from the iPhone App Store. It is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Toucn.
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