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Easiest Way to Share Files over the Internet- Droplr


Most of the times when we want to share files like documents, images or music, the most common task we do is to upload to file sharing sites. But not all file sharing sites offer easy upload with minimal user intervention. Droplr is a very nice tool for file sharing and is probably the most simplest and easiest way to share files online. You can simply drag and drop files on to the simple interface and the app will take care of the rest. The app will upload the files and then generate a short URL for the uploaded file so that you can easily share them on social networks like Twitter, Facebook etc.

Droplr tray

The app drop in position can be decided on the screen and you can drag it to any location. To upload any file, just drop the file on the simple drop zone interface. You can also capture a screen shot of your machine using the tool and upload it instantly. Upload registration, you will get 1GB of storage space and upto maximum of 50MB file size for uploading file.

All the uploaded files are available on the web interface.


You can easily copy the short URL from the system tray settings. Droplr is one of the best and the easiest way to share files online.

Droplr is available for Windows and Mac OSX.

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Easiest Way to Share Files over the Internet- Droplr
Mon, 05 Dec 2011 17:44:51 GMT


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