Next to files and folders is a new downward arrow, which launches an actionable menu. Dropbox feels it’s a quicker method for renaming, moving or deleting files — some of our most common tasks.
Specifically for iOS 9, Dropbox is making itself available to Spotlight search. Perform a search for a file or folder stored in Dropbox, and it’ll show up in search. Files will open directly in Dropbox.
If you’re receiving a new iPhone 6s, Dropbox now supports 3D Touch. A harder press on the Dropbox icon will let you view your most recent file, see all of your offline files, upload a photo or search your Dropbox account.
When you’re in the Dropbox app, pressing on a file or folder lets you peek at it; a deeper press opens it up properly.
The Dropbox update is live in the App Store. Your iPhone 6s, though — that’s still being prepared for shipping.