Dropbox, the storage system in the world used the cloud, today announced a number of features that have come to the iOS application thanks to 10.
The first is the inclusion of a widget on the lock screen, allowing us to see the last files you have accessed, create, edit and even upload other data without opening the application.
Similarly, Dropbox is now fully integrated with iMessage, which lets you attach a file browser with which to share any file individually or in groups.
On the other hand, from now when we're editing a file a notification appears if someone else has recently opened to load an updated version.
In addition, finally you can edit PDF files directly from the application and added the ability to watch videos in PiP mode, although the latter is only compatible with the latest models of iPad.
In short, we have a very large update that has been possible thanks to the launch of IOS 10 and that although the description of the App Store appears only that "post updates recently," we can confirm that all the new features mentioned above are now available.
Dropbox is available free and universal.