Finally, Dropbox has announced new price plans for business customers.Its Standard plan costs $Dropbox for i OS is being updated today with i OS 10 support and new features to improve the file storage and sharing experience.With Messages integration, Dropbox users can select Dropbox files from within the Messages app and share them with friends and colleagues, alleviating the need to open the Dropbox app and copy a link.A new Dropbox widget can be added to the lock screen, providing easier access to tools for creating, viewing, and uploading files.Dropbox users can sign up for Dropbox Professional starting Dropbox today announced a major brand redesign that focuses on bright, contrasting colors, with a new logo design, new illustration style, and a revamped signature font.According to Dropbox, the new design "juxtaposes color pairs in bold, unexpected ways," which will be used for marketing and branding purposes.
With OCR or optical character recognition, Dropbox can understand the text in scanned documents, allowing for them to be searchable.
Now, they won't need to take extra steps—like switching to a web browser— just to view files.
And whenever they need to access files stored in the cloud, users can download them with a quick double click.
We communicate this visually by pairing contrasting colors, type, and imagery to show what's possible when we bring ideas together in unexpected ways.
Dropbox says the new brand design was inspired by the creative work of its customers and is meant to reflect the company's passion for building tools to help teams "unleash their creative energy." According to Dropbox, the new look will be seen everywhere from its website to its products over the course of the coming weeks, but it's not clear how much the brand redesign will impact Dropbox's web interface or apps.