Dropbox updates its iOS app with new productivity features for iPhone, iPad users
These are really cool and useful productivity features! This can really differentiate Dropbox from Google Drive & Co. I’m excited to try it out!
Dropbox Inc. is pushing hard to make an impact in the enterprise market and compete with the likes of Box Inc. and other established names.
In July, Dropbox launchednew features for Dropbox Business and Dropbox Enterprise administrators. It also entered the team collaboration market in August with the launch of a public beta of its cloud collaboration app:Dropbox Paper. Dropbox Paper will be competing with Google Docs, Evernote, Box, Microsoft Office, OneNote and Salesforce who recently entered the collaboration space with the acquisition of Quip.
The latest changes come foriOS Dropbox users, allowing iPhone and iPad users to easily access files via a Dropbox widget, sign PDFs directly in the app, share files in iMessage and more.
Dropbox widget on your Lock screen
In iOS 10, Apple Inc. introduced the feature that allows iPhone and iPad users to add widgets to the Search screen, which is accessed by swiping right on either the Lock screen or the Home screen.
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