Windows 10 Dropbox app gets redesign in latest update

Brad Stephenson

Dropbox W10M app listing

The official Dropbox app updated today to version on Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, and Xbox One. This latest version of the app brings a new visual design to the user interface that functions better on the Xbox One (Dropbox has been available on the video game console since last week) and adds a new visual flair to the desktop and phone versions.

The biggest new feature with this update is the ability to set an image as a background wallpaper. This was teased in several tweets from app developer Rudy Huyn last week and it looks like he made good on his promises.

Dropbox is a popular cloud storage service that is used by many people to backup data and transfer files between devices. It’s free to use initially but, like most online services, requires a paid plan once a data threshold is reached.

Do you use Dropbox? Let us know if you like these changes in the comments below.

Dropbox Lite
Dropbox Lite
Developer: Dropbox Inc.
Price: Free