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Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Dropbox for iOS 10 comes loaded with new Features

Dropbox has established itself as one of the most used services in the cloud worldwide. However, despite having millions of users on its platform, we threw in lack many features in the application. Luckily, with the last update the company has included many features that have long been waiting for .

While we await the arrival of technology Split View to Dropbox, we'll show you the news that has brought the latest update of the application for the new iOS 10 release.

Many new version for iPad

IPad users can now view videos uploaded to Dropbox from other applications, using a feature called Picture-in-Picture , which was featured by Apple in the iOS version 9. You just have to play the video and close the application PIP start working. It's a good way to increase our productivity.

Dropbox also announced today that it will launch a feature highly requested by the public to its application for iPad, which is officially support Split View. This will allow owners of these devices can use Dropbox and other app at a time, without having to switch from one application to another.

More New to iOS

Now we have a more unified within the application own system. We can sign our PDF documents from the app itself, without resorting to third party applications to do this, whether our device an iPhone or iPad. After signing, we can send it or print it in comfort from the same Dropbox.

After a long wait, finally they have included an option that has long been waiting for. Now all iOS users can send our uploaded to Dropbox natively our contacts file iMessage , which is appreciated.

And as expected, this new version has been adapted to the new ecosystem created by Apple in iOS 10. We will have the option to add a widget Dropbox our lock screen, with which we can interact almost completely, so you can do use of features that includes applying a faster way.

No doubt, many applications are adapting to the new demands of society, which seems destined to want to control their working area accurately and efficiently, without wasting time on slow processes or that seem to make no sense in the XXI century.

How long you've been waiting for these functions? Leave your answer in the comments!

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