We know that much of the world relies on a combination of Dropbox and Microsoft Office to get work done. In fact, Dropbox is home to over 35 billion Office documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. That’s why we’re partnering with Microsoft to help you do more on your phones, tablets, and the web. Soon you’ll be able to access your Dropbox directly from Office apps, and edit Office files from the Dropbox app.
● Edit Office files from the Dropbox mobile app and sync changes across devices. Create a file at home and finish it on the go — any edits will automatically save to your Dropbox.
● Access Dropbox files from the Office app and save new files to Dropbox. You can now sync your docs and keep them safe without leaving the Office app.
● Share Dropbox links from Office. When you’ve finished making changes to your document, you can instantly share it by sending a Dropbox link to colleagues or friends.
These new features will be rolling out to all Dropbox users on iOS and Android in the next few weeks. Next year, they will be extended to the web by adding integrations between the Dropbox website and Office Online.
Dropbox is also planning to release an app for Windows Phone and Windows tablet users in the coming months.
You can download Dropbox from the App Store for free. If you don't already have a Dropbox account you can get a free one from here.