The official iOS app for the Google Drive cloud storage service has just been updated to add iOS 7 support and a slate of other new features.
First up, version 2.1 of the app now offers support for multiple accounts so you can easily switch back and forth between a personal and work account, for example.
Finally, users will be able to now print their files with Google’s Cloud Print Service or Apple’s AirPrint standard.
A universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini, Google Drive can be downloaded now in the App Store for free. While users can take advantage of 15GB of free storage, extra space can be purchased directly in the app.
Before today’s update, the last major release to the app came with version 2.0 in September. That brought an iOS 7-inspired design and a new thumbnail view of documents.
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