Google Drive Now Fully Support Files App, Mobile Ads SDK 7.24.1 Supports iOS 11 Released

Full integration of Google Drive application with latest Files app on devices running iOS 11, Google Mobile Ads SDK release 7.24.1 with iOS 11 support launched.

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With iOS 11 now available to all iPhone and iPad devices, Google is rolling out an improved Google Drive application on iOS 11 with full integration the new Files app on devices running new Apple mobile opertaing system.

Google Drive let you access and edit files across many devices and platforms, and now with new Files app for iOS 11 brings together files and documents stored on iOS device and in cloud across various apps and services, with latest version of the Drive app installed you can easily access and manage all your photos and documents stored in Drive on you iOS devices.

Even more, this new integration adds support for Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides apps installed as well. Just a single tapping on any Google document, spreadsheet, or presentation in the Files app will open the app of the associated Google editor.

With this new Drive app, you can also now use new iOS 11 features like dragging and dropping files between apps and folders in the Files App.

Also, Google Mobile Ads SDK release 7.24.1 with support for iOS 11 is ready for access via CocoaPods or via manual download.

Among others, this SDK resolves the banner ad views rendering out of bounds in some situations on iOS 11 issue.

. With this new device comes a new form factor and some additional design considerations for developers, as the rounded corners, notch, and soft home button on the extended screen can obscure content.

As, Apple launched new iPhone X, dev team has highlighted some best practices for Google Mobile Ads publishers so they can ensure their ad placement conforms to Apple's new design guidelines for iPhone X and iOS 11.

According to Google, the banner and native ads should now be placed inside the new safe area, ensuring that ad content isn't obscured. Additionally, on iOS 11 devices, this safe area also respects UI elements, such as navigation bars, status bar, and tab bars.

Google also notes, that with autolayout, you must ensure that "constraints are relative to safe area layout guides." For manual layout, check that banners and native ads fit within the safeAreaInsets.

Google says, they're working on to ensure all controls and important content for interstitials and rewarded video ads, are also placed within the safe area as well.

Finally, another Google Mobile Ads SDK is scheduled to release ahead of the iPhone X launch.

You can get the latest version via CocoaPods, or manual download.

iOS 11 Safe Area Layout