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Dropbox for iOS now lets you sign PDFs, share files in Messages, use picture in picture on iPad

Cloud file syncing and sharing service Dropbox today is announcing several enhancements to its iOS app. Now it has an iMessage App — one of many new features of iOS 10 — that lets users share files with previews in the standard-issue Messages app. And there is a new home screen widget from which you […]
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