Since 2014, Dropbox has been working with Microsoft to help our users simplify the way they work. Today, we’re excited to announce new integrations with Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Office 365 that mark the latest milestone in our long-term collaboration. Here’s how we’ll be bringing Dropbox content to Teams, the new chat-based workspace in Office 365, and to Microsoft Office users on desktop.
We’ve made it easy to access all of your files from your computers, phones, and tablets. Today, we’re bringing Dropbox to the biggest screen in your house with our new app for Xbox One. It’s the first universal Windows app for cloud storage on the gaming console, letting you view and share your photos, videos, and other files from the cloud—right on your TV.
Update (March 7, 2016): We’ve updated our Windows 10 app with support for mobile devices and more.
Previously available just for Dropbox for Business users, the badge is available today for everyone on Dropbox — so you can work more efficiently with anyone, right from your Microsoft Office file.
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.
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.