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Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.9 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Web Site: https://getdropsha.re/
Your very own secure file sharing tool!
Sharing files with friends, customers, colleagues or anyone else has never been so professional
What does Dropshare for Mac do for you ?
Dropshare is a so-called menulet that enables you to easily drag&drop files, folders and anything else to your own server, Amazon S3, Rackspace Cloud Files, Backblaze B2 or Google Drive. Once uploaded, the app copies the link to the file to your Mac's clipboard and you're ready to share with anyone you like!
Coustomize Dropshare so it suits your needs
Dropshare offers a wide selection of preferences to set up everything just like to want it. Randomize the filename after uploading? No problem. Set up a custom URL shortener for your upload URLs? Piece of cake.
Take screenshots from Android and iOS
Dropshare Mirror is a built-in tool that enables you to capture screenshots from USB-connected Android and iOS devices by just configuring two keyboard shortcuts.
Support for Multiple Connections
You need different upload connections, e.g. to distinguish between your private and business uploads? No big deal, Dropshare is able to handle as many connections as you like.
Create beautiful individual landing pages
What's New in Version 4.4:
We're introducing a neat way to select the connection to upload an individual file with this update. Just hold ⌘ while dropping a file to be presented with a dialogue from which to choose the connection you want to use. Optionally, you can enable to always be asked for a connection to upload a file.
When enabled, Dropshare Zone is a small or large drag & drop area that appears on your screen edge of choice when you start dragging a file. With Zone, it has never been so easy to drag & drop a file to upload with Dropshare.
・Screenshot Image Format
It is now possible to switch between PNG and JPG image formats for screenshots taken with Dropshare.
・For some users, uploading a folder to have it zipped failed under some circumstances. This is now fixed and should work reliably.
・It should take significantly less time until an upload to Backblaze B2 starts now.