What if sharing files was as easy as dropping them onto a blank page and sending it off to a friend? That’s the idea behind DropCanvas, let’s take a look.
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Sometimes an app is just so good that you want to share it with a friend. But what if your friends don’t know how to use the Google Play Market, or have the app blocked by their carrier? In that case, you’ll have to send the app directly to them.
Back in June 2011, groovyPost reviewed min.us and interviewed its co-founder, John Xie. At the time, we deemed it a groovy drag-and-drop, no frills image sharing web app that showed lots of promise, even when compared to imgur and Flickr. Last week, Mr. Xie dropped me a line to let me know that Minus had […]
Looking for an easy way to upload files to multiple file hosting sites at once? Here I take a look at an online service that will mirror your files to up to 12 hosting sites. First, go to the Uploading.to website. Select the file hosting services you want to upload your files to. Then click […]
Min.us is an up and coming web app that makes file sharing one small step for a man (or a woman) but aims to make a giant leap for cloud-based file sharing services. Their tagline is “Share simply,” and they help you achieve it by letting you drag and drop files of any type to […]
What’s the shortest distance between files on your hard drive and the web? The makers of Min.us think they have the answer. Over at the totally groovy URL min.us, you’ll find one of the simplest file sharing services on the web. Ready for a getting started tutorial? Update: Minus has introduced a few key improvements […]
Fax is one of those legacy technologies that is vastly outdated, yet some companies refuse to give up. In particular, insurance companies and government agencies tend to favor fax the most. These same organizations that “advertise” about how they accept fax, usually don’t accept email as an alternative. The problem with this is that most […]
When you want guaranteed access to a file on the internet, saving it to your Google Docs is a pretty sure bet. If the file is already online (perhaps on your blog or…) however did you know you can save a few steps by just uploading the file to Google Docs rather than downloading it […]
The premise behind paid to upload services is simple: You upload large files, such as MP3s, videos, movies, eBooks or applications, and share your link. Meanwhile, the service gives you the opportunity to earn a fraction of a cent for each download or cash money for referring premium memberships. In the past few years, a […]
Here at groovyPost, we are big, big fans of Join.Me—a free and simple screen sharing web app from the makers of LogMeIn. But if you’ve been frequenting the Google Chrome Web Store, you may have noticed Vyew as one of the featured web apps. Vyew, which launched way back in January 2008, does everything that […]
As soon as Drop.io announced that they were bought by Facebook, Tonido created a new welcome page for exiled users. Needless to say I took the bait and gave Tonido a spin – the results? I’m impressed. Not only does it allow easy file sharing, but it could give VPN’s a run for their money. […]
http://join.me is the best and simplest Screen Sharing and File Transfer tool I’ve ever used, period. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention the service is 100% free and it works seamlessly with PC and Mac systems. If it can run flash, you can use join.me (sorry iPad and iPhone users…). A game changer for sure being that […]
By IT I mean, Information Technology. Move over Microsoft, let me introduce you to a new offering from Dropbox called Dropbox for Teams. A new product which takes the Dropbox service we have all come to love and adapts it for the corporation. Is it any good? Well, my prediction is in Q1 2011: Dropbox […]
Sharing pictures and files is usually pretty simple with email and other technologies like drop.io. But what if the file is HUGE, like over a gig, or if the person you want to share the file with isn’t exactly geeky?? Well, I have a great solution for you today using DROPBOX! The great thing about […]