Dropbox has issued an update to its iOS app this morning, introducing the ability to automatically upload photos and videos from your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to the cloud. Version 1.5 also delivers a new gallery view for your images, the ability to move and delete multiple files simultaneously, and more.
Like Dropbox for Android, the iOS app now has the ability to upload your photos and videos automatically from your camera roll. That means right after you snap an image on your device, you’ll be able to access it on your computer via your Dropbox account. The best thing about this feature is that as soon as you begin using it, Dropbox rewards you with an additional 3GB of storage (“in 500MB increments”).
To take advantage of automatic media uploads, there’s also a new gallery view mode, which presents thumbnails of all your images just like Apple’s built-in Photos app.
Finally, you can now upload files of any size, and you can move and delete multiple files in batches.
- Source App Store