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Dropbox Released Modern UI App for Windows 8 and Windows RT

If you’re a Windows 8, especially a Surface tablet (Windows RT) user, then there is something interesting news for you. Dropbox team has released a Windows 8 modern UI app that you can install from Windows Store on your Windows 8 or Surface tab. Though not all functions that the normal version of Dropbox offers, Windows RT users can make use of this app to browse and preview all of their files and photos on Dropbox.

With the Dropbox app for Windows 8, you can easily browse all your files, view your pictures, and watch your videos with a tap. You can also open, edit and save files from other Windows 8 apps.

Also, with Dropbox app for Windows 8, you can share any photo, file or folder with the Share Charm and find your files with the Search Charm feature of Windows 8.

Dropbox app for Windows 8 can be install from Windows app store for free


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