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Share faster.

CloudApp is the quickest and easiest way to share any file, screenshot, screencast, links and more with your team, clients and followers.

Drag a file to the CloudApp icon in the menubar or use our shortcut key to grab a screenshot or screencast and we take care of the rest. A link to the file will automatically be copied to your clipboard that you can share via Twitter, IM, email, or smoke signals. While other applications make sharing a chore, CloudApp stays out of your way, adapting to your specific needs. CloudApp is the fastest way to share.

"So simple that you use it without realizing it's there." — Tim Van Damme (Dropbox)

"CloudApp is extremely useful, beautiful, and so very simple. Exactly what you want in a utility." — Mark Jardine (Tapbots)

"CloudApp is file sharing the way it should be: simple and powerful with a handy keyboard shortcut integration that my fingers tend to stay glued to all bundled into an elegant UI." — Brian Hoff (The Design Cubcile)

“Few apps come across my path that become instantly integrated into my workflow. Cloudapp is one of them. I honestly can't imagine using my computer without it. It's critical to the way I work.” — Mike Gowen (Delighted)

• Simple to use, easy to understand design-focused interface.
• Share files and links (Drops).
• Upload by drag-and-drop.
• Share screenshots and screencasts using customized keyboard shortcuts.
• Share unlimited files.
• Use a Custom Domain (eg.
• Share Drops using private or public links (Built-in URL shorterning!)
• View a history of your Drops along with the viewcount
• Re-copy a link, delete or rename a Drop from the menubar.
• External app support: Photoshop, Hipchat, Safari, Tweetbot, Slack, Finder and others.

What's New in Version 3.3.0

- Multiple fixes and overall performance improvements (improves drag and drop functionality and resolves high CPU usage in dark mode and other reported crashes)
- CloudApp Motion now saves the position of your last recording to make creating another take easier and faster
- Motion Bug fix: cursor fails to show on recordings when using a secondary screen
- Motion Bug fix: upload failures when creating short videos in high-quality


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Customer Reviews

Great App - Don’t be confused by others comments.

Super awesome UX for sharing partial or full screen captures. A couple key presses, select the area you want to screenshot, and in the next instant the short url to that image is automatically copied to your clipboard. The same goes for sharing other files, just drag and drop them on the CloudApp icon and have a link immediately.

Don’t heed others' warnings about pricing, they are simply confused. This is NOT Dropbox, $10/mo for 500mb file sizes does not mean that you are paying to have a hard limit of 500mb for all of your uploads combined. This is a PER ITEM limit. It means if you want to share a huge binary or zip file for some reason, you need a plan that supports that size of file. If all you use this is for is the superior UX for screenshot sharing, you should be gladly paying $10/mo for this! Admit it, you spend more on coffee than this every week.

Doesn’t work with Yosemite

The program used to work well, but even before Yosemite was released, uploads were failing. Customer support is almost non-existent. Empty promises with no solution. I would suggest that buying this app is not only a waste of your money but also your time. They have repeatedly said they are working on it but the app fails the majority of the time, when you need it the most. I seldom complain, but in my opinion, Apple should pull this app from its store. I paid for a year’s subscription and had so much trouble that I asked for a refund. They in turn apologized and said they’d give me another year for free. What good is two years of a failing app? I’ve now done what I should have done first, got an upgrade for Dropbox that works all the time!


I downloaded this terrible app a few weeks ago and once figuring out that they wanted to charge $67 for only 8gb of storage I laughed and decided to delete the app. Well somehow it has enbeded itself deep inside my computer and no matter what I do it keeps comming back. I curse at my computer everytime it turnes on because the first thing that shows is the pop up window asking if I want to start this app at log in. now matter how many times I say "no dont ask me again” it still pops up. Dropbox has a free version with 2GB which this app charges $25 for 3Gb. Like I said do not waist your time. Do name the mistake I did.

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  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
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  • Version: 3.3.0
  • Size: 9.3 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7.3 or later, 64-bit processor

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