Droplr is a great tool that immediately made it to the top of my all-time favorites list. I’ve struggled for years to find a means to quickly share previews (i.e. screen grabs) of a project with other collaborators, co-workers, clients and friends. Droplr fits the bill perfectly, and does so much more!
Check out these crazy-awesome features it boasts (pulled straight from their site):
Droplr is the fastest way to share files from your Mac on the internet. Period.
Image Sharing (Screenshots!)
Whether you want to link to an image or embed one somewhere, Droplr makes sharing images on the web easy. Grab a screenshot, put it on droplr, share the link with whoever needs to see it.
Notes & Code
Need to share a text note? Or how about a code snippet? They’ll even syntax highlight it for you.
Don’t like the mouse/trackpad & dragging and dropping? Droplr has full keyboard shortcut support.
They love Twitter. And if you do too, you know it’s one of the best ways to share.
Droplr is completely free to use with ad-supported content. Don’t worry, they’re really pretty ads. Promise.
My Favorite Part…
My personal favorite part of the app is the built-in shortcuts. It’s no secret that I love shortcuts, so it should be no surprise that this feature would appeal to me so much. But, dang, these guys got it right. If I want to share a section of my screen, I only have to press Shift+Alt+4 (which is methodically similar to Apple’s own screen capture shortcut, Shift+Cmd+4) and draw a selection. As soon as I release the mouse, blammo, the screenshot is pushed to Droplr’s server and a shortlink is copied to my clipboard, ready to paste wherever I’d like.
Equally good is Droplr’s ability to share files, notes, code snippets and more.
It’s awesome, light-weight, unobtrusive, and completely free. If you’ve made it this far into the article and haven’t already installed it, what’s wrong with you? Seriously, download it already!