Finally

Dropbox Windows Phone app in the works

CEO Satya Nadella will be there

Microsoft press event to stream at 2 pm ET

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Dropbox revamps its pricing and storage options

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Take advantage of the cloud with Windows Phone 8 support for backend service Kinvey

Windows Phone Apps

Official ‘Copy’ app from Barracuda Networks offers yet another cloud storage option for Windows Phone 8

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CloudFiles goes 1.0; on sale for one week

We gave a brief review of CloudFiles, the first Dropbox client for Windows Mobile, a few days ago. Bottom line: we're impressed, very impressed.

As we mentioned, we expected it to "1.0" any day now and sure enough, that day is upon us. The app is priced less than $10, which is fair. In fact it is normally priced at $6.99 but till at least May 25th, you can grab it for 20% off at $5.49.

Too much? Too little? All depends on how much you rely on Dropbox. For some, it's a requisite and that $5.49 is well worth the cost. They accept (thankfully) PayPal and you can grab it right here.

[via 1800pocketpc]

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Reader comments

CloudFiles goes 1.0; on sale for one week

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Yes, Live Mesh may have less features now, but 'free and get 5 GB storage, and if things go as they seem to show that rolled SkyDrive where you get 25 GB free, maybe more, or add if necessary . This can be useful for some, but I would not pay for this service.