A new official Dropbox app has landed in Microsoft Store. Featuring a modern look and feel, it requires Windows build 20197 or higher, targeting the upcoming 21H1 release of Windows 10.
Dropbox is a cloud storage service, an alternative to Microsoft's OneDrive solution. It allows you to store files and folders in the cloud and sync them between connected devices.
Dropbox offers a cloud storage with file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software that exists for major platforms like Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android. Besides using the client software, you can browse and download your files via the web site.
The new Store app, discovered by @H0x0d and @ALumia_Italia, requires Windows 10 version 21H1, which is currently in development, and its bits are only in the Dev channel of the Windows Insider Program. The app is described as follows.
Dropbox brings your cloud content and traditional files together with the tools you love—so you can be organized, stay focused, and get in sync with your team. With all your files organized in one central place, you can safely sync them across all your devices and access them anytime, anywhere.
Here are some screenshots of the user interface.
Interested users can get the app here:
You do not need to be signed to the Microsoft Store to download and install this app.