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Dropbox polishes iPad practice with patch

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File-share resource Dropbox tweaked its iPhone and iPad app today, to allow bulk uploads and faster folder access.

Version 1.4 features a new tab-based interface which includes a dedicated one for uploads. This can now be done in bulk with easier and faster ways to choose which folder files are saved in.

Documents can also be stored in your Dropbox directly from apps such as Mail. The company says it has fixed numerous other bugs as well.

Grab the patch now by pressing update on your iDevice, or visit the App store for Dropbox Version 1.4, where it's available free. ®

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