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Google Drive for iOS update adds multiple photo and video uploading

Google updated its Google Drive for iOS app on Monday with new features including support for multiple photo and video uploads.

Version 1.2.2 is now live in Apple’s App Store, and additional improvements highlighted in the change log include:

  • Drive: Multiple photo/video upload, and QuickOffice users can open and save back to Drive
  • Docs: Added Helvetica Neue to supported fonts
  • Sheets: Diagonal scrolling, and Cell formatting (Decimals, currency, date and more)
  • Slides: Improvements to slideshow and animations, and Pinch to zoom on slides

Google’s cloud storage app offers users 5GB free, and it keeps their content in one place and allows them to access it from any device. The app currently has a 3-star rating out of 3,458 reviews.

Google Drive is available on the App Store for free.

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