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  1. Dropbox updates iOS app for faster navigation, 3D touch support

Dropbox updates iOS app for faster navigation, 3D touch support

Dropbox has announced an update of its app for iOS. According to The Next Web, the app, aside from bug fixes and interface tweaks, has speeded up and simplified its core tasks.

By: | Published: September 17, 2015 4:48 PM

Dropbox has announced an update of its app for iOS. According to The Next Web, the app, aside from bug fixes and interface tweaks, has speeded up and simplified its core tasks.

Dropbox users can now launch an actionable menu thanks to a new downward arrow, which is next to files and folders. Dropbox believes it is a quicker method for renaming, moving or deleting files.

Dropbox is making itself available to Spotlight search especially for iOS 9. When the users perform a search for a file or folder stored in Dropbox, it will show up in search. Files will open directly in Dropbox.

For new iPhone 6s, Dropbox now supports 3D Touch. When the users press harder on the Dropbox icon, it will allow them to view their most recent files, see all of their offline files, upload a photo or search their Dropbox account.

Also, when in the app, pressing on a file or folder allows the users to peek at it and a deeper press opens it up properly.

The Dropbox update is now available in the App Store.

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