Dropbox, online cloud storage service provider, updated its app for iOS platform by including Airprint support and content sharing to Facebook & Twitter. Prior to this update, sharing was possible either by email or by copying the content to the clipboard.
With this update, users can share a photo directly to the social networks with additional options like Facebook Message, Post to Facebook and Tweet. AirPrint support will allow iOS users to print content directly from their device with a single tap. The update also includes support for Korean, a language that was added to the service in May. The update for the Android app of the service is yet to arrive.
Dropbox was recently in the news for Two Step Authentication that provides a safer access to the Dropbox users after a few number of user accounts were found to have been compromised. It also revamped its website with much more intuitive design and support for photos.
The previous Dropbox update for iOS brought the ability to automatically upload photos shot from the device both over WI-Fi and cellular networks. It also added a new Gallery view that displays the thumbnails of all the uploaded images. But the major part of the update included additional storage space in 500MB increments for auto-photo uploads, giving users the chance to earn up to 3GB of storage.
Click here to grab the updated iOS App.