Dropbox for iOS: Now even smoother

At Dropbox, we’re always looking to make your life easier — even if it’s just to save you a few seconds. Here are three new time-savers from our latest iOS release:

Reorder your Favorites

By swiping to the right you can favorite a file so you can view it anytime, even when you’re offline. And starting today, you can organize files in your Favorites tab any way you’d like just by holding and dragging. This means your favorite favorites — like the World Cup schedule — will always be right where you need them.

Set up Dropbox with your camera

Dropbox isn’t complete without the desktop app — that’s why we’re making it really easy to get set up on your computer from your mobile device. If you don’t yet have Dropbox on your desktop, just choose “Link a Computer” in the app and we’ll walk you through the 3 steps below so you’re up and running in a breeze. Android phone users, this works for you, too!

iOS remote installer

Saving files to Dropbox

We’ve let you save files to Dropbox from your iOS device for a while, but now the process is a whole lot easier — you can just choose the folder you want to save to from your recently used locations. Planning a big vacation with friends? Now all those pesky travel docs can go from your email to your “Trip Planning” folder with just a single tap!

Dropbox for iOS now smoother

There’s lots more in this release, including new languages and accessibility improvements — grab the latest version from the App Store and let us know what you think!