Instantly Turn Files (photos,documents,video) Into URLs with Cloud for Mac

Cloud is by far one of the coolest Mac apps I have found to date. The Cloud productivity app developed by Linebreak is FREE and takes virtually any file and turns it into a url for sharing. I have tried this with documents, videos, and photos. It is seriously too cool. Here is how it works: take a file you want to turn into a url, drag it to the cloud icon on your top tool bar until you see a green + sign, drop it into the cloud icon, the cloud turns clear and then begins to turn black from left to right. Once the cloud turns fully black, you will get a notification and your file url will is automatically placed onto your clipboard. Now just control c or right click to paste into a url shortener or share in an email, Twitter, Facebook, etc. While photos and documents take seconds (if that) to get a url, videos will take considerably longer. But, considering I have been using YouSendIt to send large files, this is a great FREE tool to send larger files, within the FREE Cloud service limitations, currently 10 files per day up to 25MB per file. You can also upgrade to a pro plan, for as little as $45 yearly and you will be able to upload unlimited files daily up to 250 MB in size and share links with your own domain. One last caveat, you will need to setup a FREE Cloud account, but this can done the first time you use the app. It took me about 5 seconds. Cloud is also on the iPhone, iPad, and Android platforms in various apps based on this software API. Check out more Mac app reviews by CM

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Cloud Mac App Details

Title: Cloud
Price: FREE
Size: 1.1 MB
Category: Productivity
Developer: Linebreak
Store: Mac App Store

Cloud Mac App Download Link

Cloud - Linebreak

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