Droplr is a tiny application that aims at helping people share things easier. Every day people come across many situations in which they need to share something with someone else. It's a simple problem, but almost every solution is limited, cumbersome, inflexible and/or...
Over the internet, or even a local network, sending files to other computers can be a pain. Papaya solves this problem. Drop a file or folder onto Papaya, and you get back an address through which others can access that item.This app doesn't have any features at the moment.Discontinued
App is not developed any more and does not run on macOS 10.13http://lightheadsw.com/store.php
Your screenshots are automatically uploaded on your web storage. The URL is in the pasteboard when the upload is finished. / FileShuttle support FTP and SFTP protocols to upload your files on your own web storage. / Drop a file on the dock icon to upload the file and get the URL.
NoCap makes sharing your files and screenshots fast easy.
NoCap comes with absolutely no caps and catches, without relying on its native server for storing and sharing data, it supports famous file sharing and uploading services including, Imgur, Imagebin, Postimage, SendSpace.Discontinued
The last release, 0.91, dates back to January 14, 2011. It is still available on GitHub.com
Yummy FTP Alias brings quick and easy drag & drop FTP to your Desktop - drag your files onto an FTP Alias icon in the Finder or Dock to upload them to your FTP/S + SFTP + WebDAV/S server!This app doesn't have any features at the moment.
Drag any file or folder you want to share onto the Dockdrop dock icon and then choose how you want to send it. Dockdrop handles the upload and puts the URL of the file on the clipboard, ready for pasting into an Email, chat program or website.Discontinued
The official website is no longer available. Last version, 1.5.3, released on January 2009, can be still downloaded from Wayback Machine.