Today we’re excited to announce the next phase of our partnership with Microsoft: the Dropbox app is now available for Windows phones and tablets.
This post will be as quick and simple as the feature, we promise:
Once upon a time, we came up with a cool new way to share links. But after our team used it for a while (believe it or not, we use Dropbox here pretty frequently), we didn’t think it was quite there.
So we made it faster! Now when you want to share a link to any doc, photo, folder, or any of your stuff in Dropbox, just right-click it, and select “Share Dropbox Link”. A second later you’ll get a bubble telling you the link is in your clipboard.
Life (in Dropbox) moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. And with all the stuff you’ve got goin’ on, we figured it’d be handy for you to keep track of all your exploits in one place: the Dropbox menu!
We’ve made it easier than ever to accept invitations to shared folders, see links or albums that people have shared with you, and keep tabs on what’s changed in your Dropbox.
If someone shares a link with you,
Hey everybody, guess what? We just released Dropbox for your Windows 8 device! Now you can enjoy photos, videos, and other stuff in your Dropbox in the whizzy new Windows experience. Check it out:
With the Dropbox app for Windows 8, you can easily flip through all your stuff, preview your pictures, and watch your videos with a tap.
You can also share stuff from Dropbox (like your puppy pics) with other Windows 8 apps! Share on Facebook or Twitter contacts through the People app or send a link with the Mail app.