updated 12:30 am EDT, Thu June 26, 2014
Google Drive app for iOS updated, includes incoming view of newly shared files
Google Drive has received an update for its iOS app, offering a variety of improvements. Drive allows users ti view documents, PDFs, photos, videos and more, by accessing one's personal cloud account. Files can be searched for and shared with others. Google Drive v3.1.0 offers an incoming view of files that have been shared with the user as they arrive.
The new activity stream features viewing changes to files and folders made by the user, and others from the details panel. Pictures and videos upload faster, and files and folders can be viewed, commented upon, or edited by whomever has link access. Bug fixes and improvements are also featured. Free to download, the newest Google Drive can be downloaded through iTunes.
BiteMyApple.co announces availability of charging cable with built-in 800mAh battery
BiteMyApple.co has announced the availability of Jump, a charging cable with a built-in 800mAh battery for syncing and charging a smartphone. Compact in size, the Jump aims to simplify remote charging, as Jump's battery charges automatically, every time the phone charges.
Its Autocharge feature functions as a circuit prioritization system that detects when a smartphone's battery is full, then redirecting the power back towards the Jump device. Jump's exterior is composed of a thermoplastic blend of PC and ABS. Priced at $50, the Jump battery with syncing cable is available for online purchase.