Google Drive for iOS Adds Support for Touch ID, iPhone 6 Screens and More

Google Drive for iOS has been updated to bring support Touch ID for unlocking the app, plus also adds screen support for higher resolution iPhone 6 models. Also new is the ability to open and save files to Drive via iOS 8 app extensions, plus the option to save videos to your iPhone from your Drive.

What’s New in Version 3.3.0

  • Open from and save to Drive in other apps (iOS 8 only)
  • Unlock Drive using Touch ID (iOS 8 only)
  • Save videos from Drive to your device (tap File Info icon > Open In > Save Video)
  • Support for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
  • iOS 8 compatibility
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

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Back in September, Google Drive for iOS was updated with faster syncing and an upload progress bar.

Earlier today Google released Google Maps 4.0 for iOS users, bringing a new material design to the navigation app.

Click here to download Google Drive for iOS—it’s free. The update is still propagating but should be available any minute now.

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