Over the weekend Dropbox released a new version of its Dropbox iOS app taking in to version 2.0, and bringing with it a number of new features and tweaks, as well as the obligatory bug fixes and performance enhancements.
The new Dropbox 2.0 version is now equipped with a new Photos tab which has been designed to provide you with easy access to your photos when required.
Using the new photo tab with Dropbox users are now able to scroll through a timeline of all their photos which have been automatically uploaded, as well as the pocket-dialed ones. Dropbox explains:
“Also, when you select a photo, you’ll be able to view it in full-screen glory with nary a button in sight. This means you can get maximum real estate when you’re flipping through puppy photos, or those pics of your bare feet. And to make things even better, our new speedy scroller will help you navigate all the way back to time immemorial (or your earliest photos) in seconds. Even if you have “Billions and Billions” of them.”
As well as the new Photo tab feature Dropbox has also re-designed the user interface of the app as well, for more information jump over to the Dropbox press release.
“We’ve packed a ton of love and tiny details into our new iOS design, and we think you’ll dig its simplicity. For example, we got rid of the text labels on our tabs in favor of clean and streamlined iconography. Splashed across the app is the glorious Dropbox blue you’ve come to know and love, and we’ve reduced complexity to make everything feel so fresh and so clean, clean.”
Source: DropboxFiled Under: Apple, Top News