Dropbox development team has just pushed out the new 1.5 version of their iOS app, been successfully approved by the Apple review team and released into the App Store for download! Despite the recent differences Apple and Dropbox have had lately, the updated app has definitely nothing controversial against Cupertino Company.
Despite the bug fixed and obligatory minor improvements, the new v1.5 of Dropbox definitely is a significant update, bringing some major augmentations and feature updates. The app in overall offers users a greatly increased mobile experience. The first major inclusion in the update is that the app now enables users to automatically upload photos and videos directly to their account from the device itself by using the mobile app interface. This in turns means that desired media can be taken from the Camera Roll, saved albums or by using the device camera, with the augmented upload capabilities through Wi-Fi and cellular data connection. Moreover, the company is also offering iOS users the opportunity of earning extra storage space for free too. The enlarged 3GB of storage space can be received by uploading photographs using the account, with an extra 500MB being added to the general account overall every time.
As well as the opportunity of in fact using the mobile app to push photos to the cloud, users are also able to view all of the prior videos and images that have been uploaded via the new gallery view.
Proposing users a more rationalized ability to upload said media through mobile devices is evidently a straight advantage to the Dropbox member base, as is the slight addition of now being able to upload files of any size that is perfect for high-definition video files made by an iPhone 4S camera. So if you’re a Dropbox enthusiast, navigate to the Apple App Store now to claim your current 1.5 version of Dropbox for iOS for free!