There have been a couple new updates for some of my favourite apps: Dropbox and Facebook. Dropbox 1.3 has introduced a new interface and Facebook 3.2.3 has a whole bunch of bug fixes. Less app crashes means more quality time for you to creep on your friends!
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Check out what’s new below:
- UI re-design with numerous visual enhancements including retina display support
- File caching (no need to re-download files youâ€™ve already viewed!)
- Fullscreen landscape file viewing on iPad
- Finish uploads and downloads while in the background
- Create folders
- Bug fix for viewing CSV and some broken HTML files
- Improved, more streamlined login experience for developers using the Facebook SDK
- Fixed a crash when receiving push notifications
- Fixed a crash when navigating in Messages
- Fixed inconsistent notification counts in notification bar and application badge
- Fixed a problem where people would appear twice in Here Now on a Place view
- Fixed a problem that could cause the toolbar to not be shown on a Place view
Note: Facebook Places is only available in a limited number of countries. Weâ€™re working on making this available in other countries soon.
I’m still waiting for Facebook Places to be released in Canada. Once that happens, I can pretty much kiss Foursquare good bye.
As for Dropbox, file-caching is an awesome feature. That was one of my pet peeves waiting for files to re-download. The option to set the cache size is a nice move. Well done, Dropbox.