Version 1.5 of the popular cloud storage app highlights the ability to automatically upload photos and videos using Wi-Fi or cellular data. You can choose to upload only the new photos and videos that you take with your device’s camera or include old ones already saved in your library as well.File hosting service Dropbox has today released an update to its official iOS client, effectively leveraging the app’s key uploading features. To avoid extra charges that might be incurred especially if your cellular data plan doesn’t support unlimited data transfer, you can opt to enable automatic uploading only when connected to a Wi-Fi network. Online Solution But as shown in the screenshot below, the app excludes cellular data uploads for videos owing to their much bigger size. In line with this new feature, a new rewards program is introduced in the app. Just for uploading photos automatically, you can earn up to 3 GB of free additional storage, given in 500 MB increments. Presumably, your incentive is proportional to the number and size of auto-uploaded photos.
During yesterday’s WWDC ’12 keynote presentation, we spotted one iOS 6 improvement that Apple didn’t directly address – the App Store: as we told you yesterday, it looks like a number of changes have been made to both the iTunes Store app and both applications feature a new design, which looks very impressive. which takes viewers through all the changes made to the Mobile Apps Development in the sixth-iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system. As you’ll see in the video, the most remarkable change made to the application is its new interface: everything that used to be in the App Store app remains, but the layout and user interface of the application has been massively improved. It looks like it’s much easier to browse through all aspects of the App Store from the iOS 6-powered iPhone. More specific changes include iOS app pages – pages dedicated to single apps, which provide users with sharing options, version history, related applications and more. Furthermore, when downloading an app from the new iOS 6 App Store, users are not taken back to the Home screen: instead, you can view the process of the app’s download and installation right in the App Store application itself. This is certainly a change a great many Apple fans will appreciate.