Dropbox, the fantastic filesharing service which we happily all use on Pocket-lint, has updated its iPhone and iPad app with a number of new features on Monday.
Version 1.4 will now let you upload bulk images and video from your iOS device, without having to do it separately, whilst allowing you to choose which folder you save them to - something that up until now has been a slow and laborious task.
The app has also been given a new tab-based interface for easier app navigation, allowing you to access your Dropbox folder, your favourites, your uploads and settings at anytime.
You’ll also be able to import files from Mail and other apps for upload into Dropbox - like Word documents, for example. It's another much welcome improvement and the company also says that it’s fixed numerous bugs along the way.
For those of you who live in Spain, France, Germany or Japan, you’ll also get native language support now too.
Version 1.4 is available in the app store or by pressing update on your iPhone or iPad, if you’ve already got the app.