Earlier this week Google released a significantly updated version of its Search app for iPhone and iPad, the update brought a number of new features and improvements for Google Now. Today, the Google Drive app for iOS has been updated and it too has received a couple of new features. First and foremost, the iOS app now comes with multiple account support. Users can easily switch between personal, work or any other Google account in the Google Drive app on their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Single sign in support has been added to the app as well. So when a user signs into the Google Drive app using their Google account(s), they’ll automatically be signed into YouTube, Chrome, G+ and Google Maps as well. The app also comes with support for AirPrint and Google Cloud Print, so users can print out their documents or photos through any of the two mediums. Even though Google says that the app has been “updated for iOS 7,” no significant design changes have been made to bring the app’s design in line with that of iOS 7. The user interface remains largely the same as before. If you’re interested in getting the update on your device, you can download it now for free from the App Store.
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