You can take a screenshot or drop a file. Also, share it through email, IM, Facebook, Twitter, etc. You can share the data with clients and colleagues in a matter of seconds. Collaborate quickly, smarter, and in a better form using Droplr. The platform is available in native applications for Mac, Windows, and iPhone.
- Access Controls/Permissions
- Archiving & Retention
- Backup and Recovery
- Collaboration Tools
- Custom Domains
- Document Management
- Drag & Drop
- File Sharing
- Link Analytics
- Link Shortening
- Third Party Integrations
- Scrolling Capture
- Text Extraction
- Screen Record
- File Sharing
- Platform Search
- Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, Installed - Mac, Installed - Windows
- Live Online
Company Name: Droplr
Headquarter: United States
Pros: Very simple workflow: you press a shortcut, select an area on the screen and get a link in your clipboard. Or, if you want, you press another shortcut and draw extra info on your screenshot. A lot of my friends are using Dropbox for this, but I hate how heavy is the dropbox web page when you click the link. I think it even tries to convince you to install the Dropbox app, which is extremely annoying. Also, love the screencast feature, use it all the time.
Cons: It feels like the app became a bit more buggy in recent days. In particular, uploading a screencast sometimes crashes the app, and there are few annoying bugs in the drawing editor.
Overall: I use Droplr as a file sharing system for my customers, as an inspiration board, and very frequently (daily) use it to share screenshots and vid captures with everyone from customers, friends, to support personnel (it lets me see how many times a file has been accessed so I know if/when a customer support agent has bothered to look at my file/screenshot/vid capture). With Droplr, I am never in the dark and I can’t say enough about the service.
Pros: The overall cost and customer service is great. I have been using Droplr for some years now and though I may drift and try some other services, I always stay with Droplr. And when it comes to working with my customers and sharing assets of different types with them there just isn’t anything easier or more convenient to use. I absolutely love Droplr and can’t recommend it enough.
Cons: The primary issue I have is that I use Droplr on all my devices, including my iPad. There used to be a great iPad app but that has long since been abandoned. Please bring it back, I need it!
I would love for this to work but every couple of month I get to the point of “that’s it”
Easy to use and feature-packed .. lots of customization options and I would’ve given it 5 starts straight if it wasn’t for the below bugs
– Buggy (many times I record to find out that screen recording crashed in the middle OR when done video, software gets stuck at uploading) – Difficult support to get hold of, once you do, they are helpful (must be fare)
I’m extremely happy with this app, but there’s ONE thing that it doesn’t do that I REALLY need: copying the file into my clipboard right after taking the screenshot/recording. Hope they implement it soon!
Droplr is a great tool to share screenshots, screen recordings and files almost instantly. I love how easy it is to set up and share stuff with other people. Since I have it, I’m using CloudApp much less, as its interface is better and it offers a much better functionality to organise files online.
The only thing I’m missing in Droplr (which I do have in CloudApp) is the ability to send a screenshot or recording straight to my clipboard instead of copying the link. I sometimes need this functionality more often than the link sharing, so that’s the only reason I haven’t ditched CloudApp.