Dropbox mobile

Dropbox mobile

Dropbox Inc.
May require certain hardware. See System Requirements for details.
May require certain hardware. See System Requirements for details.



Dropbox lets you take your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Access any file you save to your Dropbox from all of your computers, phones, tablets, and on the web. With Dropbox you’ll always have your important memories and work with you. And if something happens to your Windows mobile, tablet or Xbox, your stuff is always safe in Dropbox. For desktop: This app provides an optimized experience to view your Dropbox files on touch-enabled tablets. Need to sync your files between this device and others? Install the desktop application to add a Dropbox folder to this device by visiting http://www.dropbox.com/install.

Available on

Xbox One

Xbox One





Mobile device

Mobile device

Version notes

Version number: Varies by device

Dropbox 5.0 - Display your files with 3 different layouts: gallery view, list view and content view - New design - New features for Dropbox Business users Dropbox 4.6 - full support of Xbox One with a new UI adapted to TV screen, support of gamepad and Xbox one media remote. Show your pictures and videos to your friends and family directly on your TV with no cables. Dropbox 4.5 - introducing a new view style ‘grid view’ that provides a segmented folder view grouping photos and videos into a grid view, and files, folders, uploads in progress into list view. - links become clickable in comments - UI improved: better adaptive design, animations, blur effect, etc... - better support of Xbox controllers - optimization and bug fixes


  • Access your photos, docs, and videos from any device
  • 2 GB of free space when you sign up
  • Share even your biggest files with a simple link — no more attachments!
  • Add files to your “Favorites” for fast, offline viewing

System Requirements

These apply only to PC and phones.
OS Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture ARM, x86, x64
OS Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture ARM, x86, x64

Additional info

Published by
Dropbox Inc.
© 2015 Dropbox, Inc. All rights reserved.

Approximate download size
88 MB


This app can
Use your contacts
Access your Internet connection
Access your home or work networks
Access your Internet connection and act as a server.
Use your pictures library
Use your video library
Use an anonymous Microsoft account
Use your music
Use the photos in your media library
Use the media items that are currently playing
Use your device network services
Use any of your Windows Phone sensors
Access your browser
Use data stored on an external storage device
Use your music library
Use your enterprise domain credentials

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported
English (United States)
Dansk (Danmark)
Deutsch (Deutschland)
Español (España, Alfabetización Internacional)
Español (Latinoamérica)
Español (México)
Français (France)
Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesia)
Italiano (Italia)
日本語 (日本)
Bahasa Melayu (Malaysia)
Norsk, Bokmål (Norge)
Nederlands (Nederland)
Polski (Polska)
Português (Brasil)
Русский (Россия)
Svenska (Sverige)
ไทย (ไทย)

Publisher Info
Publisher Website
Publisher Support

Seizure warnings
Photosensitive seizure warning

Ratings and reviews

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Transferring and Easy Access

I use the app on my phone and computer and it works like a charm! I use this for Transferring all of my photos from my phone to my computer and it works great with the auto camera uploads, I can access my files (including my professors lectures) wherever I need them but if you want more than those basic functions and easy access to your files, then Dropbox doesn't have much more to offer you, but for my purposes it works great!

51 out of 52 people found this helpful.

Almost ready for PCs

You can drag files from Explorer into Dropbox (awesome), but not from Dropbox into Explorer (not good). If this were an option, I'd give it five stars, even without the sync option. I hope the app will be updated soon. Until that day, I will go back to the 'old' app.

46 out of 47 people found this helpful.

Great time saver

we have a few different computers at various places, and it lets us easily share some files, and even access them when away from home.

36 out of 39 people found this helpful.

I cannot drag and drop in Windows 10.

I like how it works with the Photos app so I can transfer photos for sharing, but I can't drag and drop files from the File Explorer directly into the app.

17 out of 17 people found this helpful.

Happy with Dropbox

Great application. Takes a bit of getting used to as regards learning to manage files with the application but once you get the hang of it things are good.

17 out of 17 people found this helpful.

What OneDrive should be able to do

set your xb1 background wallpapers easily with dropbox app. Why you cant do this with microsofts own software beyond me

19 out of 19 people found this helpful.

Great Backup

Dropbox is easy to use, I can backup my files, and access them from anywhere anytime. :) This has made it very easy for my sales staff to have a commonly file folder on the go.

36 out of 39 people found this helpful.

No longer easy to upload photos. Now won't even open.

I've used this app a few years, but lately it won't accept uploaded photos, renames them and says they are already in the folder. Now it tried to open on the phone but won't open. Please fix this! Used to be great.

14 out of 14 people found this helpful.

very good app

I love to have the ability to store small documents on the web and share them with my friend, I will definitely use drop box as my cloud service in the event of needing extra space, I am starting to get to know this service and other, but I am a late learner and will take a little more time for me to get completely confident.

14 out of 14 people found this helpful.

Dropbox and Windows 10

Used to love this app before all the updates for Windows 10. Now it makes more sense to use the website. Why would Dropbox not just leave a good thing alone. It should be put back to the way it was before.

52 out of 58 people found this helpful.

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