Windows 10 is out, and that means that many developers will now be working to get their apps updated to match the new UI. Among one of the apps updated to match Windows 10 is the Modern Windows Dropbox app. With a few small tweaks to the UI, the Dropbox app now resembles an app developed for Windows 10. Rudy Huyn, a developer of Dropbox, took to Twitter to let everyone know about the visual makeover.
— Rudy Huyn (@RudyHuyn) July 29, 2015
In a reply regarding the potential of a Universal App, Rudy clarifies that the current Dropbox app is still a Windows 8.1 app. The recent UI tweaks made the font and icons a little smaller and removed the bottom control bar in favor of putting the controls at the top of the app. The Windows 10 SDK has been on the market for a relatively short time. Users should expected for some time to pass before developers make full use of the Windows 10 Universal App language. Nevertheless, the app looks very good in Windows 10 and works just as well as it did before.
If you’d like to download the new update to the Dropbox app, you can click the download link below. What do you think about this update? Let us know what you think in the comments below.