Dropbox has been busy. After adding new security features in the wake of an accounts-hijacking debacle, and adding support for the Galaxy Camera and the Galaxy Note II, the company has now released an update to its iOS app.
Not too long ago, Dropbox added direct uploads to Vimeo, and this time the company is stepping it up a notch, adding support for Facebook and Twitter.
Once content is in your Dropbox, all you have to do is choose from one of the potential social networks, which now includes two of the biggest in the world, and post the content onto your timeline.
Dropbox has also integrated support for Facebook messages, just in case you’re sending a picture, video, etc. that’s only meant for a specific pair of eyes.
Version 1.5.5 brings with it support for AirPrint as well. The update is available now in the Apple App Store.
Dropbox was founded in 2007 by Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi. Frustrated by working from multiple computers, Drew was inspired to create a service that would let people bring all their files anywhere, with no need to email around attachments. Drew created a demo of Dropbox and showed it to fellow MIT student Arash Ferdowsi, who dropped out with only one semester left to help make Dropbox a reality. Guiding their decisions was a relentless focus on crafting a...