iPhone users have been enjoying the wonders of Dropbox for some time now, and Android users are well on their way to getting the experience too. If you’re a Windows Mobile user, you might feel more than a little left out, but there’s still hope. The official Dropbox client for Windows Mobile 6.5.x phones is now in the works. Apparently the final version will set you back $6.99, but considering the features of Dropbox, it’s probably worth the price. If case you’ve never used it before, Dropbox allows you to sync your files between computers and mobile devices, keeping your files in the cloud for easy retrieval. The Windows Mobile version will initially only support high-end VGA and HVGA resolution devices such as the popular HTC HD2, but it should eventually support other resolutions as well. A video of the Dropbox client running on a Windows Mobile emulator is available after the jump.
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