Tagged: sharing

Droplr for Android

Droplr Releases its Official App for Android

Droplr has been my favorite ‘quick-sharing’ service for a long time now. The Droplr app has been an integral part of my menubar for a little over 7 years now and it has worked as a fantastic tool to share not just screenshots and URLs, but also photos, videos, clipboard contents, and many more formats. Droplr generates a short, unique URL for anything you upload, allowing you to share them with anyone. The service was completely revamped in 2015 and...

Plaaying for Mac

Plaaying is an interesting menubar companion app for Mac that helps you take control of the way you listen to music from various sources, and also share what you’re listening to with your friends and followers. Crafted collectively by KaL Michael and Sam Gray, Plaaying for Mac aims to “remove the friction […] so you can work and play”. Plaaying sits comfortable in your menubar and works with iTunes, Rdio or Spotify. Whatever you’re listening to, the app will display...

The All New Droplr

Last week, the folks at Droplr announced big changes to the service. Along with a major overhaul of the Droplr branding, they also announced a new pricing model, big update to the iPhone app and a “40% OFF” launch promotion for its Pro accounts. We’re big fans of Droplr here at Beautiful Pixels, especially thanks to the incredible Mac app that not only enables quick sharing of files, but also lets you annotate/draw on screenshots, share notes and even capture...

Routeshare

Most of us have been in a situation where we’re heading somewhere and during the time that it takes us to reach our destination, we’ve had to answer the same type of questions numerous times. “Where are you?” or “How long till you get here?” More often than not, your friends will keep pestering you by either calling you or messaging, asking about your location and it does get annoying, especially when you’re stuck in traffic or delayed due to...

Digital Christmas Cards, stunnified with facecard.

Christmas usually is not a good time to live your nerdy life as an Apple geek and iPhone-lover. Traditions are held high, sitting around analogue christmas trees, talking to each other in real life and so on… eCards might be the only exception. Sending christmas wishes digitally via mail or social networks has become quite popular. So why not creating such cards on the go with your iPhone? The developers of facecard obviously thought about this as well and submitted...