CloudApp gives Mac users a convenient way to share images, music, links, files and videos online. The simple interface utilizes a drag and drop system. The user drags the desired file to the menu bar. CloudApp handles the uploading automatically. After the file has been uploaded, CloudApp provides the user with a short link that is copied to their clip board automatically. The user can then share their files with anyone, from friends and family to coworkers. Users can access their files through the web based application so they can be sorted from anywhere. To protect user data, each file is stored on multiple devices in case of data corruption. Mac users can set hot keys to automatically trigger file uploads, screen shots or print to functions to CloudApp. Users can also access the CloudApp Raindrops to download plugins for Photoshop, iPhoto, iTunes and many other applications.Show more screenshots »
CloudApp was created to make it easier for users to upload and save files. The application is very easy to use, utilizing a drag and drop system. Additional functionality is available through the Raindrops features. Today, CloudApp users can organized and access their important files from any computer with internet access.
CloudApp offers many convenient, cutting edge features that go far in improving the basic file upload service. Users can drag and drop files, which trigger CloudApp to automatically save them and copy a short link to the user’s clip board. By offering so much automation, CloudApp offers users a very helpful service.
The CloudApp website has a very Spartan appearance that works very well for this service. Users are greeted by the sleek purple and black header, which is complimented by the simple yet effective CloudApp logo. The drag and drop interface takes some of the steps out of uploading files and help make the CloudApp interface as user friendly as it is.
New users can create a CloudApp account by clicking the small blue “Sign Up” button found along the lower, right hand corner of the purple and black header. This takes the user to the log in area, which automatically has the register form selected. The form is as short as possible, asking for an email address and password. A brief note at the bottom advises the user that by creating an account they are agreeing to the CloudApp terms of service. After submitting the information, a drop down bar advises the user to check their email for an activation message.
CloudApp provides users with two membership options. The first is a free account that gives the user up to 10 daily uploads and a maximum file size of 25 MBs. Users can also choose to upgrade their account to the CloudApp Pro membership. This plan includes unlimited daily uploads of files up to 250 MBs in size. Pro is offered with three payment plan options. Users can purchase three months for around $15, six months for around $25 or one full year for around $45. New users are automatically provided a free membership after creating an account and must log in and visit their account page to upgrade.
CloudApp offers users many helpful features to upload and store files. The application goes a few steps beyond basic file storage with a drag and drop interface and integration with other popular applications as well as hot key options.