Three and a half years after its launch, DropVox has finally gone universal.

DropVox is a utility app that lets you record and automatically upload voice memos to Dropbox in a jiffy. There’s no need to name files or choose where to send them. It’s that simple.

With its latest update, which arrives over a year after the previous one, DropVox has gained universal support. As a result, it’s now natively compatible with iPad and iPad mini as well as iPhone and iPod touch.

Additionally, the app has been completely revamped for iOS 7, notably including a red record button styled after the design of the operating system’s own record button.

DropVox

The update, which brings DropVox to version 2.0, also switches the audio format of recordings from M4A to the more robust and ubiquitous MP3. As noted by DropVox developer Irradiated Software, “MP3 audio files sound great while saving bandwidth and Dropbox storage.”

DropVox 2.0 also lets you:

  • Pause a recording by double-tapping. Tap again to resume recording.
  • Record in higher quality for high-fidelity audio, such as music.
  • Link to Dropbox using either App Folder (default, more secure) or Full Access (allows shared folders).

Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 7.0 or later, DropVox 2.0 is available now on the App Store as a free update or as a new $1.99 download.