Box 2.0 App Released for Windows 8.1, 10 with Many Improvements
At the end of March, we shared with you an improvement update which Windows 8 cloud storage app Box had received and now it has been revamped to version 2.0. Read below for more details on the update.
Box has updated its official changelog of the Windows 8 app with a big update and also issued a new blog post detailing the changes. This is perhaps the biggest revamp since it was originally released in the Windows Store and comes with improved menus, breadcrumbs, and other navigation experiences, as well as new views and snap views for folder and file details, collaborator management, and many other new features that you will discover inside the app. Furthermore, the transfer manager has been seriously improved especially with faster speeds.
Box for Windows 8 welcomes a big revamp
Today, we’re releasing updates to both Box for Windows 8 and Box for Windows Phone making them much faster and more robust. These apps have been installed over 1 million times, and we continue to be committed to giving all our users the best-in-class mobile experience they expect from Box. With this latest release (v2.0), we have completely rebuilt both apps to make them faster and more reliable. Along the way, we have also improved the consistency and usability of many components in the apps, including the transfer manager, menus, breadcrumbs and other navigation experiences. To reach even more users across the world, we have also introduced language support for Polish and Turkish. Our Windows apps now support a total of 19 languages.
So, if you are new to the service, you can make use of its totally free 10GB just to see how it works out. If you’re already an users, let us know by leaving your comment below why you prefer Box over other services.
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