Today, we’re happy to announce the release of a brand new and fully-packed Dropshare for Mac release. Sit tight for the changelog:
🔐 Dropshare Safe is now integrated
Our powerful access-restricting service Dropshare Safe is now directly integrated into the macOS app. While that makes creating access-restricted URLs even easier than before, it also enables Dropshare to remember previously created URLs which now can be retrieved from the context menu at any time.
📈 Access statistics right from the popover menu
When using Dropshare Cloud, the access statistics for your uploads will now be displayed right in the popover menu. Now you’re able to see at a glance which of your most recent uploads are accessed the most.
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🎨 Screenshot Annotations Beta
Starting with this update, Dropshare will natively support screenshot annotations without switching to a third-party app. With the Dropshare Annotation Tool, you’re able to quickly add text, geometrical forms and blurs to your screenshots, as well as crop them to your desired size.
Support for Microsoft Azure Blob Storage
Happy to announce that with this update, Dropshare for Mac is supporting yet another storage provider: Microsoft Azure Blob Storage. It is a fully-featured supported provider, meaning that also landing pages are supported. Check out our User Guide to learn how to configure set up a Blob Storage connection.
Worth to mention, DigitalOcean launched Spaces a few weeks ago. As their API is compliant with Amazon S3, it just works out of the box with Dropshare for Mac and iOS. In our User Guide we’ve compiled a short article with information on how to set up a Spaces connection.
We’ve worked on some other things as well, find a short overview below:
Our macOS Share Extension has been further improved: It is now possible to share multiple files (and folders!) and once, which will be compressed to a single ZIP file. We think that’ll be handy for some of you.
The Screen Recording feature has been updated: Now it automatically is in Record from Selection when started, because we think that is what most of you do. To switch back to Fullscreen Recording, just click anywhere on screen. Also, showing mouse clicks in recordings does now work again.
That’s it for today, all the best,