For some time now, Dropbox has been working to integrate itself on whatever platform it can do so on. Today they took a pretty important step towards that, announcing the launch of a version of Dropbox on the Xbox One console.

Of course, this hasn’t been designed for a solution to access documents on a console, as that would be a strange use case, it’s more for accessing the videos, photos, and other media that is stored on your Dropbox account.

Dropbox said the following about the launch:

We’ve made it easy to access all of your files from your computers, phones, and tablets. Today, we’re bringing Dropbox to the biggest screen in your house with our new app for Xbox One. It’s the first universal Windows app for cloud storage on the gaming console, letting you view and share your photos, videos, and other files from the cloud—right on your TV.

With the app you will be able to access all of your files from an interface that has been optimised for TVs, with the use of a gamepad or media remote. You can also upload and comment on files from the new app, as well as share them with your friends.

On top of that, you can also open files and save them to Dropbox from other universal Windows apps.

You can download the new Dropbox app from the Xbox Store store today.

Source: Dropbox

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