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This article was published on December 10, 2013

Google Drive for iOS now lets you sort your files by title or by when you last opened them

Google Drive for iOS now lets you sort your files by title or by when you last opened them
Emil Protalinski
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Google today updated Google Drive for iOS with support for file sorting, a feature the company says has been highly requested. You can download the new version now directly from Apple’s App Store.

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You can now arrange your files by their title or by when you last opened an item with the “Sort” button next to the search bar. Other than that, the Drive app also received “a few under the hood stability improvements” which Google wouldn’t detail.

See also – Google Drive for Android gets lighter color theme, buttons for uploading, creating, and scanning documents and Google Drive gets entire document spell checking and customized lists

Image Credit: Pawel Kryj

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