Sharing screenshots and files quickly is a must-have for those who work and collaborate online. Need to share a file larger than an email can handle? No problem. Use your cloud based sharing app! It can also be a handy way to share photos and files via Twitter or other social networking services. Work or play, file sharing via a cloud service becomes more popular everyday. They are usually quick and easy to use; and most services that are available offer some sort of management system, so you can remove files when you like.
But do you really want to pay for another service?
I use Dropbox, so why would I want to pay for another monthly service to share screenshots and easily send files?
Let’s take CloudApp for example. Here are their rates:
- Free – 10 shares per day, 25MB file limit.
- $15 – 3 months of service, unlimited shares, 250MB file limit, personal domain.
- $25 – 6 months of service, unlimited shares, 250MB file limit, personal domain.
- $45 – 12 months of service, unlimited shares, 250MB file limit, personal domain.
The last thing I want is another $5 per month, when I already have unused space in my Dropbox!
Here’s the solution:
Dripps was built by John Saddington (you may have heard of him). It’s been said, if you can’t find the right tool, create it. That’s exactly what he did.
Dripps works just like other image and file sharing apps, except Dripps uses your existing Dropbox account! (Free Dropbox accounts starting at 2GB.)
See Dripps in action:
Considering the cost of CloudApp, $5 is a great deal! Five bucks would only get you one month of service with CloudApp. Unless, of course, you’re using their free service. But then you’re limited to file size or the number of shares. Dripps dosen’t have that limitation.
If you need a file and image sharing app, Dripps is what you’re looking for.
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