After years of holding up, Windows Phone users will soon be getting a native Dropbox application. The cloud storage company has inked in a new deal with Microsoft that will incorporate a permission to create an official Dropbox application for Windows Phone. The application will be launched “in the advancing months.”
While Dropbox launched an application for Windows 8 about two years prior, the expansion of an application for Windows Phone to their lineup will be an enormous support for users of those smartphones who have had work with some are extraordinary yet at the same time any how its a third party applications, for example, Cloudsix.
In spite of Dropbox support for Windows Phones and tablets, Dropbox incorporation is additionally coming to the Microsoft Office suite. The first integration will be for iOS and Android users, oh, and is anticipated in the next few of weeks, while Office Online platform will see Dropbox support in the first half of 2015.
While it’s generally great to see more applications and services supporting Windows Phone, is this short time of what would have been ideal for Dropbox, or a welcome expansion to the party?