Back in October last year when Microsoft launched its new Operating System Windows 8, we first saw the Dropbox app. But now this app is available via the Windows Store and runs on windows 8 or Windows RT devices.
Dropbox for Windows 8 brings the ability to sync Windows 8 devices to the cloud. It also enables to browse and preview all files on Dropbox along with the option to open, edit and save Dropbox files from other Windows 8 apps.
The app comes with Metro-style UI and Share Charm. The Share Charm lets users to share and search files, folders and photos across their Dropbox files by using the name or extension of the file.
You can share the file via e-mail or a social networking sites. Dropbox is a popular file-sharing service that has currently over 100 million users until November 2012.
This file sharing service is available on almost all mobile and desktop platforms such as Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, BlackBerry and Android. The Dropbox for Windows 8 is a pretty good move from Microsoft, but in our opinion, the app still needs a few modifications to make it appealing.