Dropbox has updated its file sharing apps to add new mobile productivity features.
The largest change comes in the form of a home screen redesign. Now the home screen will present users with their notifications and starred documents right along the top of the screen.
Below this section, users can browse their files. Dropbox has also added an option that allows users to view files through as large thumbnail images instead of the standard list.
Dropbox has made it easier to see who has edited or viewed a saved project right in the apps preview mode. Whenever a user taps in to view a saved item they can scroll down to see who has interacted with that item before. Interactions can be things like edits, views, shares, or moving the location of the item.
Sharing has been revamped on the mobile platform so users can more easily comment on shared documents. The share button has also been redesigned to become more prominent to help users send their files to coworkers or friends quickly.
The app now supports drag and drop functionality on iOS 11 devices, iPad users can even drag files out of the app and into other applications.