by Brent Dirks
June 24, 2014
The official iOS app of the popular cloud-storage service Dropbox has just received a nice update with the move to version 3.2 Interestingly, the app can now help users setup their Dropbox account on a new computer. That process is done with an iOS device’s camera. Users can now reorder their Favorites list with a simple touch and hold. The app also remembers recent locations when importing files. Finally, the app has added supported for four additional languages - Danish, Dutch, Swedish, and Thai. Earlier today, Dropbox updated its Mailbox email app. The new version brings a number of improvements to the auto-swipe feature that was introduced earlier this year. Dropbox has recently been busy on the acquisition front, purchasing dynamic spherical photo app Bubbli and photo management app Loom. A universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini, Dropbox can be downloaded now from the App Store for free. Users receive 2GB of storage space for free when they sign up. More storage requires an in-app purchase. For other app news and reviews today, see: Discovering And Sharing New Music Is Made Easy Thanks To Whyd's New iPhone App, See The World In Black And White As You Shoot With Lenka On Your iPhone, and StarMaker Adds Music Video Selfies, Wants To Make You A Star On NBC's 'The Voice.'