Mobile has really taken off over the past few years, and most of us can't imagine spending even a day without our smartphone or tablet nearby. I know I certainly can't. And according to some estimates, by the year 2020, most people will access the internet primarily through a mobile device. Whoa.
There's really no avoiding the fact that that people now work (and play) on their mobile devices 24/7. That's why we believe you shouldn't be forced to live in a world where your content is trapped in just one place – or, even worse – spread across multiple disconnected devices.
To make mobile sharing quick, easy and fun, Box has en entire library apps with nifty features we think you'll love. Here's a quick rundown of all the different ways you can access your content on the go with Box:
Box for iPhone and iPad
With our apps for iOs, you can easily view content on the go and even search for your files and folders. You can comment, too, so exchanging feedback with colleagues, business partners and friends is a snap no matter where you are. One really neat feature: You can save files to view offline, so you'll always have your content, even without a connection. Download the app now.
Box for Android
Our Android app is a content creator's dream – in addition to viewing files, you can even create them on the go, and save content from other apps to your Box account. Like our iOS app, you can save files for offline access, too. Click here to get the app.
Box for Windows Phone
The newest addition to the Box mobile family, Box for Windows Phone lets you view, upload and share files; it even has a few extra Windows goodies built in so you can do more with your content. Pin live tiles to your start screen to see updates to files, and mange your content with batch move, copy and delete. Get the app now.
Don't feel like downloading something to access your content? Not a problem. Just head to m.box.com for a full-fledged mobile experience, powered by HTML5.
Check out our apps today to start sharing and collaborating from anywhere. Let us know what your favorite Box app is in the comments below, or on Twitter @BoxHQ.