Dropbox for iPhone and iPad updated with Retina Support and More

Dropbox for the iPhone and iPad (universal app) has just received an update that brings about several notable enhancements. For those not familiar with the service, it’s arguably the best and easiest way to sync and share files across multiple computers and online. With the latest 1.3 update, iPhone 4 users can now enjoy Retina support, as well as file caching on all devices. Here’s what’s new:

  • UI re-design with numerous visual enhancements including retina display support
  • File caching (no need to re-download files you’ve already viewed!)
  • Fullscreen landscape file viewing on iPad
  • Finish uploads and downloads while in the background
  • Create folders
  • Bug fix for viewing CSV and some broken HTML files

I’ve been using Dropbox now for the past year and absolutely love how easy it is to sync data and files across all my computers and iDevices. And with the app, you can simply upload an image/video from your photo library (or take a new one) and instantly have it uploaded to any computer that has installed the Dropbox software. Best of all, it’s a free service (free up to 2GB, with paid subscription available for 50 and 100GB). If you still haven’t made the jump, you can sign up here to get started.

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