Following the launch of OS X Yosemite, Droplr for Mac has been duly updated with support for the latest verison of Apple’s desktop operating system. Specifically, the app has been redesigned in accordance with Yosemite’s iOS-like visual style, dark mode, and menu tweaks. Droplr now also offers a system-wide sharing extension, allowing you to easily share from any app or window in Yosemite.
Droplr’s native sharing interface itself has also been improved to allow easier one-click access to its most used sharing capabilities.
Notably, Droplr 4.2 for Mac allows for instant link sharing. Now, the link for a file you’re sharing, or “drop,” is copied to your clipboard right away. You need not wait for the file to finish uploading. If a recipient visits the link before the upload is finished, he or she can see the progress of the upload in real time.
Droplr now also lets you copy the direct link to your shared file instead of the standard share link. This is ideal for when you need to embed a drop in a forum, blog post, or any other webpage.
Furthermore, the app offers improved screencasts with support for uploading recordings as animated GIFs (including reaction GIFs) and recording audio through your Mac’s built-in mic.
Droplr for Mac works with any Droplr subscription including unlimited storage, which is free to try for 30 days and starts at $4.99 per month thereafter. A Droplr subscription also covers Droplr’s apps on other platforms, including, but not limited to, iOS and the Web.