We live in an era of unlimited cloud storage and constant Internet access but often we have difficulty sending files. While there are plenty of services like Dropbox that let you sync folders or back up to the cloud, they don’t work well for transferring large quantities of files back and forth throughout the day. Fortunately, there’s Droplr, a tool that makes sending files easier than ever. Once you install Droplr, you can send someone a link to any file you’re working on with just one keystroke or click. The recipient can instantly view the file in their browser or download it – without having to download any Droplr software first. Droplr also makes it easy to take screenshots or screen videos and mark them up. And you can even convert a screen video into a GIF. Droplr also provides you with the ability to collaborate with up to 3 users from a single account. And it has a new Boards feature that lets you create and share boards with team members about important concepts, ideas, or projects - while integrating with popular apps including Slack, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Sketch. A 4-year subscription to Droplr normally costs $384, but you can get it for just $39.99, a savings of 89 percent.
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