The official iOS app of Google Drive, Google’s file storage and syncing service, has just received a new update.

The new update delivers several improvements, arguably the most significant of which is multiple photo and video upload.

Beginning with the latest version of Google Drive, you can upload a number of photos and videos all at once. Just tap the + button and select all of the photos and videos you’d like to upload from your library to your Google Drive account.

Also, you can now open and save QuickOffice documents within Google Drive itself. Of course, QuickOffice integration in Google Drive should come as no surprise since Google acquired QuickOffice in June last year.

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The latest Google Drive update also adds Helvetica Neue to the set of supported fonts for documents.

Moreover, it adds diagonal scrolling and cell formatting for sheets. Note that the latter feature covers formatting of decimals, currency, date, and other parameters.

Furthermore, pinch-to-zoom on slides and improvements to slideshows and animations are included in the update.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, the new version of Google Drive for iOS is available now in the App Store for free.