Google has started rolling out an update to the Google Drive Android app that brings drag and drop functionality for moving files around. Previously users had to rely on drop-down menus. Once the new app is installed, users should be greeted by a new pop-up screen that explains how it works.
Users can select one or multiple files to move. A little bubble will appear near the bottom of the screen showing how many files have been selected. While the bubble is visible, you can move around your Drive to other folders as the bubble is floating above the Drive app. When ready to move the files, you just drag this bubble into the folder where you want the files. You can also perform some other actions like starring the files or pinning them.
The update includes some slight tweaks to the navigation menu, making the header image more consistent with other Google apps in the way it presents account information. The update brings the new change to Incoming making it Shared with me that many have noted in the desktop browser when accessing Drive.
If you do not want to wait for the update to rollout to your account, you can download and install the APK using the link below.
Current Google Drive
Updated Google Drive