Shunting large volumes of data from my phone isn’t something I usually need to do, but when the need arises SendSpace is an effective way of uploading large files for others to download. SendSpace SendSpace Dashboard is simple and functional (left), the file browser is a nice bit of design (right) SendSpace is rather more …
Is it just me, or does the QR direct you to WinAmp? Is this where you are supposed to get the large files to use to shunt around? :-)
I bet they thought no-one ever actually used those things
I mean, as one of my colleagues once put it, all bar-codes look the same!
QR Code wrong
That QR code comes up with Winamp for Android!
Re: QR Code wrong
Wes, we admit it, it was the wrong QR. The reviewer has been taken out and shot, and a new QR image put in place.
Normal services has been, etc, etc.
And this is better than...
5GB of free space using SugarSync?
isn't that more of sync application like Dropbox rather than a file-sender like SendSpace?
Dropbox lets you share files too
If you put files in your Public folder you can:
a) Share individual files with anyone (basically file permissions are read-only, but directory listing is not allowed)
b) Share an entire folder with another Dropbox user
And it has 2GB available with its free account.
Android app screens: http://blog.dropbox.com/?p=439
After reading the title,
I was hoping this app would be something like a reverse version of Awesome Drop. Something where I can quickly set up a one time connection to whatever PC I'm using at the time and dump files straight across to it from my phone. Been looking for something like that for a long time.
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