Droplr – Share files easily with an unique link

There are many tools and cloud services that make file sharing really easy over the internet. Droplr is yet another service that makes file sharing easy. Upload the file to Droplr and you’ll given an unique link to share. Every uploaded file is called a Drop.

Uploading a file is really simple. You can either click Select a file to share now button or drag and drop the file. The user interface of Droplr is really brilliant. It makes navigation across your files really easy. You can easily check all your Drops, edit the title, and even delete them if you want to.

It has both Free and Paid options. For a Free account you are given 1 GB storage and the limit per file is 25 MB. Also a Free account shows ads all around your content. The Pro account is priced at $3.99 per month and has some nice features like 100 Gb storage capacity, file size limit is 1Gb, private drops with unique URLs.

Using Droplr Apps

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Droplr is not just a web service. There are apps available for Mac, Windows, iPhone and iPad. The service is also baked in some other popular services or apps like Twitter cards, Tweetbot for Mac and a lot more! Once you install Windows app, you can use the Win + W key combination to bring the upload section at the bottom right. Just drag and drop files here to upload to Droplr. The same goes to Mac app.

The Windows and Mac apps have various other features. You can move the upload zone, set keyboard shortcuts, add Droplr to Windows’ ‘Send To’ menu and a lot more!

Droplr Referral Program

Droplr also has an interesting referral programme. For each friend you bring to Droplr, you and your friend get 200 MB free storage. You can invite up to 20 friends.

Droplr-referrals

Pipe for Facebook – Another app for quick file sharing

Pipe for Facebook is an app that makes file sharing as easy as Droplr. Pipe doesn’t generate unique links. With Pipe you can send files to your Facebook friends through Facebook.

Link: Droplr website

Published by Arun Sathiya

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