by Brent Dirks
December 10, 2013
Google Drive has just recently been updated to version 2.2, adding two new features. Most importantly, users can now sort their files stored in the cloud service. Tapping the “Sort” button next to the search bar to arrange files in a drive by title or by when they were last opened. The other feature arriving with the update is the ability to find and replace in Documents. As usual, the update also offers some under the hood speed and usability improvements. 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 receive 15GB of storage for free, users can take advantage of an in-app purchase for more space. Before the most recent update, version 2.1 of Google Drive landed in early November. That added official iOS 7 support and compatibility for multiple accounts. Arriving in September, version 2.0 sported an iOS 7 inspired design and a new thumbnail view of different documents. For other recent app news, see: Family Guy Game Heading To iOS Devices In 2014, Be More Naughty Than Nice This Holiday Season By Playing Despicable Me: Minion Rush, and Create And Browse Pinboard Bookmarks The Quick And Easy Way With Pinswift.