Dropbox Is Now A Universal App For Windows-based PCs, Phone and Tablets
When Microsoft talks about Windows 10, it often shares its desire and aim to create universal apps for their platforms. Same app, offering identical features, across all Microsoft’s OS powered platforms.
The era of universal apps has begun!
Dropbox has announced that their app will offer identical features on PC and Mobile, bridging the gap between two platforms. The new version of the app will share most of the code between the two platforms, in addition some new features.
One of the most notable changes the new version is getting, a much needed one if I may add, is being able to properly adjust itself depending on the size of the app. On top of that, performance improvements have been made in addition to some bug fixes by developers.
Moreover, users can now upload or download multiple file types from Dropbox to the smartphone’s internal storage or a MicroSD card.
That’s not all, users are now allowed to store or take files from Dropbox using other apps as well. Also, users can invite phone contact while using shared folders.
The new changes and improvements does add more to the Dropbox experience and users will find it much more accessible. The file type restriction changes were especially long overdue.
As for the Windows PC side, DropBox users are getting a new feature that allows them to create and manage shared folders from the app.