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Google updates Drive for iOS with new card UI, easier way to browse files

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
September 5, 2013
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You know how they say that when it rains, it pours? Well, shortly after unveiling a new set of native ware for Chrome, Google's also taken the time to announce an update to its Drive app on iOS. Most notable is the introduction of the card-style user interface, something we saw make its way to the Android version of Google Drive earlier this year. There's now a better way to browse and preview files as well, plus an easier approach to how links get copied within the app -- essentially, this means users will see a new option that automatically copies file links to the clipboard. The update doesn't appear to be live everywhere just yet, but keep an eye on the App Store as it should be arriving very soon.

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