CloudApp for iOS
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CloudApp for iOS is the official CloudApp iOS app, making file sharing on iOS devices a more enjoyable experience. CloudApp for iOS finds the balance between convenience, functionality, and charm — traits that are not normally associated with file sharing.
CloudApp iOS supports iOS Share extensions, so you’ll see Send to CloudApp links when working with Contacts, Maps, etc. and opening everything from Mail Attachments to PDFs.
-Upload your images, videos and text effortlessly.
-Select one photo or several.
-Upload as a grouped ZIP archive, or individually with optional compressing prior to upload to keep file sizes small.
-Manage files more efficiently or filter by type.
-CloudApp sorts your files by date uploaded, showing your latest files (and their views) at a glance.
-Tap through, to preview files.
-CloudApp will even open the contents of ZIP files.
-Contextually-relevant statistics (file size, image dimensions, word count, duration and more) are displayed based on the current document to eliminate clutter.
-Customized thumbnail view, for images, that makes it easy to scan and flick through your photos.
-Sharing via email, Facebook, and Twitter is straightforward and seamless.
-Restore items from previously deleted drops.
-Add file from apps that support document interaction ("open in..").
-Even mundane operations like renaming files are made enjoyable on the iPhone with CloudApp.
-And much much more!
What's New in Version 1.2.1
- bug fixes
Shockingly slow with terrible UI
It's amazing that this is the official app for CloudApp. The biggest problem is the load time, it may take literally 3 to 5 seconds of spending progress before a simple file list pops up on almost every view. I've been using it for a while and it behaves like this regardless of connection speed or device.
As if that weren't absolutely inexcusable for a service that cost $99 a year, it gets worse. All of the list views (including the start up view!) do not automatically fetch your list of drops. This means that every time you upload a new file or make a change you have to go to a list view, and THEN pull down to refresh so you can see your change (which of course requires a 3 to 5 second load time).
The app is amateurish in general, it doesn't even add anything useful like thumbnail images or file info. Combine that with the frustrating amount of time involved in caring out anything and you got a pretty useless app. I wouldn't use this if it were free, so the fact that I spent $99 for a year subscription is completely inexcusable. Look elsewhere for your link sharing.
Just give me automatic uploads
I'm a long time user of cloud app and use it from OS X a dozen times a day. I don't use it for its cloud storage, which is a very generic bit of technology and nothing about their service particularly innovates on that particular aspect of their product. The reason I use cly is that when combined with the ease of screen capturing in OS X, it gives me a lightweight method of rapidly sharing information with people, and less cumbersome than Dropbox. The crux is the automatic uploads, and given that iOS allows for it now, I can't understand why it's not a feature of the mobile app. Right now the only compelling reason to use this app over Dropbox, is simply if you don't want to split data over 2 different providers. If we got auto uploads, I'd give it 5 stars easily.
It takes all of a few seconds to realize that this is not an iCloud app LOL Not trying to troll or put anyone down but come on guys be a little bit wiser and smarter! I too for all of a few mins thought this was the official iCloud app but once I actually activated my iCloud app in my settings, you can tell that they are two totally different apps of cloud storage services! Smh! People have to be smarter than that!