Starting today, when you click on a Dropbox shared link from your mobile device, you can open the file or folder right in the Dropbox app — which means you get rich previews for documents and photos and an easy way to save the file or folder to your Dropbox account.
We’ve updated our iOS app with a few new features to help you get more done on the go! Here’s what’s new.
We’ve been focused since day one on building products that are simple and convenient to use. As part of that mission, we’re working hard to improve the Dropbox experience for our users who rely on accessibility technologies and we’ve made some significant new improvements to our iOS app. Whether you’re using Dropbox for iOS to backup your photos or fixing up a spreadsheet for work, it should be simple and easy to get stuff done with Dropbox, no matter what.
We’re excited to introduce a big update to our iOS app which is tailor-made for the new iOS 8. We’ve added a bunch of additional features to help you do more from your iPhone or iPad, and here are just a few of our favorites.
We’ve resolved the iOS 8 compatibility issue that prevents Dropbox and Carousel from properly backing up your photos and videos. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
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.