Windows 8 is the operating system with the most applications available before its launch. A while ago we were talking about the version of Skype for Windows 8, but other interesting apps that are already in the application store is Box.
Box is a free application that allows document management from anywhere with a Windows 8 device, just as its versions for Windows Phone, iOS or Android already do. This means that we can view, edit and share files, as well as share directories with a simple link. It also allows you to pin them to the home screen and see if the rest of the users who have access to them have updated them.
We can browse large directories through gestures on the screen, as well as carry out batch actions such as copy, move or delete. The images can also be viewed as a slide show from the application itself.
Via | Mashable
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