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Dropbox gets an iOS 7 makeover with AirDrop sharing

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Dropbox may be late to the iOS 7 app update party, but it's making up for lost time with an abundance of new features in the just-launched version 3.0 release for Apple's platform. The refresh brings the expected iOS 7-friendly look and includes AirDrop, making it easy to share links or whole files with nearby friends. It's also easier to send files to other apps or save videos to the device library, and iPad owners can quickly open files in a full-screen view. If your cloud storage revolves around Dropbox, we'd strongly recommend swinging by the App Store for an upgrade.

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