Dropbox Coming to Windows Mobile

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If you’re a fan of Dropbox, the service for storing, sharing and syncing files between Internet-connected devices, you’ll be glad to hear that a Dropbox client is now in development for Windows Mobile phones.

The first beta will be available in just a few days, announces the Ruttensoft website where the work is being tracked. (The client is being developed by Fuze Mobility under Ruttensoft’s license.)

The beta will be free but the final version will cost $6.99 US.

Dropbox for Windows Mobile will support 6.5.x phones that have high-end VGA and HVGA resolutions only. Later, more resolutions will be added.

(Via Redmond Pie)

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