Dropbox, one of the most popular cloud-based storage services has finally found support in the Windows Phone platform. It's been one of the biggest omissions from the Windows Store for smartphones, but an official app is now available to download.
The app was seen an hour after Microsoft introduces its new Windows 10 platform, which will merge Windows for desktops and tablets with the Windows Phone platform for smartphones when it arrives this fall for free! But in the meantime, a user can finally access their Dropbox account on their Windows Phone handset in the same way your friends use it on Android and iOS.
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Many of Dropbox's more traditional features are also included, such as automatic backup for your photos, the ability to mark files as favorites so that they're easy to get to even when a user is offline and access to both your work and personal accounts in one place. It also has exclusive features like the ability to pin folders to your Start screen for quick and easy access.
To use the new Dropbox app, which is a free download, you'll need a handset running Windows Phone 8.0 or later. The Dropbox app for Windows RT and Windows 8.1 tablets has also been updated with a much-improved user interface.
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