Dropbox was updated today, adding an all new photo experience. The 2.0 version of the app features a sleek redesign and a photos tab for picture management.

The redesign has eliminated text labels on the bottom navigation menu in favor of icons, and the overall design of the app has been simplified.

For those of you who regularly use Dropbox’s camera upload feature, the new photos tab will be a welcome change. With a single tap on the new photo button, you can see all of the pictures that you’ve uploaded, organized into a convenient timeline that’s separated by month.

Dropbox’s new photo capabilities aren’t limited to the camera upload function – the app will display all photos that you have manually uploaded as well.

Selecting a photo will allow it to be viewed in full screen, and swiping left and right will allow you to scroll through all of the photos on your iDevice.

Uploading files and creating folders is also easier, thanks to the new “+” icon at the top of the screen. Tap a folder, tap the button, and you can upload or create a new folder.

Finally, there’s a brand new icon, which features a no-frills look that matches the rest of the redesign.

Dropbox is a free app that can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store.