Presenting the First-Ever Box for Windows Phone App
Article by George Norman
On 30 Jul 2012
Box, company founded on the idea that accessing and sharing content should be a very easy task that can be performed from anywhere, has some exciting news for Windows Phone users: the first-ever Box app for Windows phone has been released to the Windows Phone Marketplace.

Get the Box productivity app and you will be able to share content and collaborate with others no matter where you are. With this app, offered free of charge on the Windows Phone Marketplace here, you can share content anywhere, anytime, on any device.


To better put things in perspective, here’s a list of things you can do with the Box app for Windows Phone:
  • Batch upload multiple images and videos
  • Quickly and easily share files and folders as links
  • Invite colleagues to shared folders and leave comments on files
  • Find content with integrated search
  • Pin Live Tiles to your Start screen to see updates on files by colleagues
  • Protect content with an application passcode lock.

Senior Director, Windows Phone Markeplace, Todd Brixx, had the following to say about the new Box productivity app:
“With its dynamic, pinnable Live Tile, easy file and image sharing and enterprise capabilities, Box for Windows Phone, is a great example of the rich applications users can find on Marketplace to take advantage of their phone's unique features and design.”

Bryan Biniak, VP, Global Partnering & Application Development, Nokia, had the following to comment:
“Great productivity experiences such as those from Box brilliantly underline the power of the Nokia Lumia and Windows Phone experience -- both for enterprise, and non-enterprise consumers. We're delighted to see Box leverage the Windows Phone environment to deliver unique features such as Live Tiles to their experience.”

Box had something else to announce, besides the fact that the Box app for Windows Phone has been rolled out to the public. The company announced that it is working with Qualcom to pre-load Box on select Android and Windows devices powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors.

Additional information on Box is available here.
You can grab the Box app for Windows Phone from the Windows Phone Marketplace here.

Tags: Microsoft, Windows, Windows Phone, Box, Windows Phone Marketplace, app
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