Popular cloud storage service, Dropbox has announced new features to easily create and maintain organizational systems. In addition, the company has also introduced a completely redesigned “HelloSign mobile” app on iOS to help users sign, send and check the status of agreement or document signature requests from anywhere.
Previously, the company also announced that it is testing native support for Apple Silicon which will be available by 2022. The decision was made public after a bit of Twitter drama; when hundred of Dropbox subscribers requested the company to add native support for Apple’s M1 chips because its Mac app running on Rossetta drained the battery drastically and consumed a lot of RAM, Dropbox wrote that it needed more votes to add support Apple Silicon on its official support thread. Later, the company’s CEO shared that they are working on adding native support for M1 chips, as damage control.
Dropbox offers an updated “HelloSign mobile” app to easily send, receive and manage signature requests
Apple users can get agreements signed from anywhere in the world via the updated HelloSign mobile app on iPhone and iPad. As per the announcement, the app offers the following features:
- Upload documents for signature directly from your phone or from other apps
- Prepare and send new agreements or use templates to send without missing a beat
- Track the status of your signature requests and get updates from the home screen
- Download and share signed documents right from your mobile device
HelloSign app is available on the App Store for free. It is compatible with iPhone and iPad and requires iOS 13.1 or later and iPadOS 13.1 or later. The company said that an Android version of the app is coming soon. Click here to learn about the new organizational features introduced on cloud service for efficient teamwork and more.