Google Drive for iOS gets 3D Touch, Slide Over and Split View

Google has released updates for Drive app on Apple devices to get the advantage of newly introduced iOS features. The new updates will equip the Google Drive with new features to match with other iPhone apps. And on the top, the new version of the app will include 3D Touch which allows users to get more options while applying pressure touch.

As we have discussed the feature on plenty of time, with 3D Touch now you can use pressure on the display to get various response. Thus now you can also try out the touch exercises while using the Google Drive. For instance, after long press on the Drive app icon you will get quick upload and quick search options.

Thus now staying on the same screen you have numerous options on your hand. This will make both uploads and file search much easier on the Drive app. Same you can try out inside the app where unlike conventional options you can find many new ways to interact with the app.

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Next to the 3D touch the push notification is also enabled on the new Google Drive app version. Thus now as you get any new file shared to your account, you will receive an instant push notification. Thus it will keep you updated with your Drive app.

As we mention the search is made quicker with force touch, also you can get improved ways to locate files save on your Drive. With updates, besides direct search on the Drive app, you can also locate file by searching them thru Spotlight in iOS. Thus now you will have the files saved on cloud right on your device. Also after updates you all also be enabled with new split view and slide over multitasking feature. Thus open up the app besides other apps and view files more conveniently.

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