Bloodrop enables you to share a file publicly via Dropbox and to get its public link via drag and drop. Once installed in your OS X dock, simply drag and drop the file you want to share onto the Bloodrop dock application. The public link is automatically copied to the clipboard. Installing Bloodrop is easy. Once downloaded and extracted, drag it to the dock. Launch it and enter your Dropbox ID and you’re good to go – you need your Dropbox ID as it forms part of any public link you share in Dropbox.
Viber allows users to send Text messages, Photos and Sticker Messages. It also allows the users to make Video calls and HD Voice calls. Using Viber, people can have group conversations too. Viber for Windows allows Free usage of these functions to its users. […]
CleanGenius Free is a free maintenance solution to keep your Mac clean and healthy. Just by one-click, it will start to remove the junk files like System Caches, System Logs, User Logs, User Downloads, Trash, Safari Internet Cache, etc. It displays bar chart indicat amount of space […]
IMCapture for FaceTime can record and capture your FaceTime calls to Mac or iPhone 4 right from your Mac. It speeds up work with the application. Supporting the most popular audio and video formats It enables top quality conversion of your recorded calls due to advanced settings. […]