Google Drive's iOS app has received an update, bumping it to version 4.4 and bringing some new features including 3D Touch and notifications for new files.
The update brings along support for the 3D Touch feature, allowing users of Apple's newest phones - the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus - to access a couple of options by pushing with more pressure on the app's icon. These options include 'Upload Photos' and 'Search'.
In addition, the updated app now notifies you whenever someone shares a new file with you. Also, now you can find files in Drive from iOS Search, as well as open them directly from within search results. Finally, the app now also supports Split View and Slide Over multitasking on iPad and iPad Pro.
The updated app is now available for download - head to the Source link below.
This seems highly gimmicky. Sounds like just a fancy name for a pressure sensor (which is certainly nothing to be excited about in my eyes). If I want to be funny about it though -> does Apple care cover cracked screen because I was playing...
Yes and no. Yes, some functionality can be replicated, but the advantage of 3D touch against long press is indeed hinted at the name itself. Speed or response time. Also, 3D touch allows multiple pressures to be measured, resulting in different ...
Is not 3d-touch the same functionality as long press on Android?