Microsoft and Dropbox today announced that a native application for Windows 10 devices is coming soon.
The Dropbox app will work on Windows 10 PCs as well as tablets. Dropbox says that it will become available from the Windows Store over the next few days.
The app will let users drag-and-drop items in between the Dropbox app and Windows File Explorer, as well as copy or paste files. It also features Quick Search, comments, @mentions, Jump List access.
As it was built with Windows 10 in mind, the Dropbox app also supports Windows Hello, Live Tiles, and Notifications.
Microsoft says that a mobile version of this app is "coming soon," but didn't give a launch date.