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    Default Drops - Unlimited storage No more limits on file storage, only 50 Mb limit per file

    From their blog:
    "In first version of Drops(which is live now), we deliver such features, which I think make us good competitor at the market of such apps:

    Cross-platform desktop application(Windows, Mac OS X, Linux).
    Short URLs, which start from ‘a’(b, c, d, …, ab, ac, ad), not just random numbers and symbols.
    Unlimited file storage(All files are stored in Amazon’s S3 and delivered from its CDN - Cloudfront).
    Upload any kind of file: code snippet, audio, video, images, fonts, etc.
    View your files, not just upload. Syntax highlighters, audio/video players, image/font previewers are all built-in.
    Drag & Drop multiple files and get them packed into one simple page, which you can share with others.
    You can even drag & drop folders, Drops will take care of them.
    Completely free
    I think that’s enough to try Drops :-) Go to Drops Website, install Adobe AIR Runtime(if you haven’t already) and “Get Drops”!"

    • Unlimited storage
    • No more limits on file storage, only 50 Mb limit per one file.
    • View your files
    • Just downloading is boring. View images, docs, watch videos, listen audio and preview fonts.
    • Runs on Windows, Mac & Linux
    • We want to give Drops' features to all users, on all desktop platforms.
    • Blazingly fast
    • Select and drag & drop your files on the Drops and get short link in seconds.





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    Requiring one to install Adobe AIR does seem to be a bit of a hassle.

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    I already have Adobe Air installed and I didn't find installing it a hassle.

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