AirDrop support now lets you send links and files in a few seconds
Dropbox 3.0 is finally here with iOS 7 support, more enhancements for iPad users, as well as AirDrop support, which lets you send links and files much faster.Version 3.0 comes with a new design to match the look and feel of iOS 7, featuring cleaner buttons and icons. iPad users can now simply tap on their files and photos to toggle fullscreen on.
The updated app comes with improved sharing and exporting options, as well as AirDrop support, as an alternative option for whisking away links and files “in a snap,” according to Dropbox.
Users can now save videos to their libraries with a tap, and loading times have improved as well (for launching the app, photo loading, and video playback). Most crashes are addressed, alongside a bug causing HTML to render as text. To download Dropbox 3.0 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, iOS 7.0 is required.