Dropbox today delivered its much-anticipated iOS 8 upgrade, which brings with it support for Apple’s latest iPhones and Touch ID — making your cloud-based files, photos, and videos more secure than ever before.
By taking advantage of Touch ID, Dropbox gives its users on iOS the ability to secure its app with their own unique fingerprint. Not only does this make logging in a breeze, but it also means that the app — and all of your data — becomes more secure, and that there is no passcode that can be guessed.
In addition to support for Touch ID, Dropbox for iOS now supports the new Retina HD displays featured on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. That means it’s sharper than before, and you get to see more of your content — whether you’re browsing folders, reading documents, or enjoying your photos.
The update also fixes a bug that affected RTF file previews under iOS 8, and it promises “general stability and performance improvements.” If you haven’t already grabbed it, the update is available from the App Store now.