Dropbox finally drops official Windows Phone app, goes universal

There's some good news for cloud storage users. After a long, long wait, Dropbox has launched an official app for Windows Phone today. Dropbox originally announced that they were working on the app back in November as part of a new partnership with Microsoft.

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As an added bonus, Dropbox, which previously only had an official Windows 8.1 app, is now a universal between phones and PCs.

Chances are you're already pretty familiar with Dropbox. However, just in case you've been living under a rock for the last several years, here's a rundown of the app's main features from its store listing:

  • Access your photos, docs, and videos from any device
  • 2 GB of free space when you sign up
  • Share even your biggest files with a simple link — no more attachments!
  • Add files to your "Favorites" for fast, offline viewing

This should be a boon for those of you who were previously relying on third-party apps, such as CloudSix. Will you be switching over to Dropbox's official offering?

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