Batch-Upload Videos To YouTube & Dailymotion With AV Media Uploader

Most of us remain hooked with YouTube all day – at work, home and even on the road. About 71% percent of internet users spend time on this acclaimed service according to a report released back in 2011, and I am sure this staggering percentage has only risen by now. Those who aren't streaming a video are busy uploading one of their own instead. YouTube junkies who often require the need to upload more than one file at the same time would be aware that the world’s most popular streaming service doesn't allow uploading videos in batch. What you can do is open multiple upload tabs in your browser and then drag and drop each file in those tabs. But then again, you will still need to upload each file individually. AV Media Uploader can turn out to be really handy if you want to upload multiple videos to a few of the world's most popular video sharing services in one go. While it doesn't exactly upload multiple videos at the same time, it lets you make a queue of videos to upload a batch one after the other. In addition toYouTube, the app also supports Dailymotion and Make4fun.Read More

Edit & Upload Videos To YouTube From iPhone With YouTube Capture

The official YouTube client for iOS, which was released a few months back, turned out to be quite similar to its Android counterpart. There were, however, a few glaring omissions for mysterious reasons, the most obvious one being the option to upload videos. The layout of the account page is similar to the Android app, but the Upload button is nowhere to be found. This mystery just got cleared up a few hours ago with the release of YouTube Capture for iPhone. Apparently, Google wants you to have a standalone app for uploading videos, but to be fair, YouTube Capture does have some extra goodies that make having the app worthwhile. You can enhance your videos and add background music to them. It is also possible to trim clips before uploading them, and there are options for managing your past uploads as well.Read More

PhotoUp: Facebook Camera-Like App For Android With Instant Upload

Back in May, the social networking giant, Facebook, announced a very fine photo capturing, editing and bulk-uploading tool for iOS users in the form of Facebook Camera. The app also brought with it several slick features, including Instagram-esque filters and effects, updated photo feed of your Facebook Friends, option to add custom tags and captions to photos, and plenty more. However, as far as Android is concerned, users of Google’s mobile OS are still awaiting the official Facebook Camera app to head their way. That being said, with the app of the quality and price ($0) of PhotoUp at their disposal, Android users can safely argue that they have a way better solution to play around with. Fresh from the oven, this Android-exclusive app has been designed to help users with managing their Facebook photos. Apart from supporting Facebook Camera-style batch image uploading, capturing, tagging, captioning, geo-tagging, and editing (via dozens of filters), PhotoUp brings Dropbox and Google+ style instant photo uploading to the table, and in doing so, it puts you in control over the Album to which you wish to upload these photos, their preferred image quality, and that one favorite filter of yours that will be automatically applied to all the photos pre-upload.Read More

Thinkbinder: Create Study Groups, Share Files & Collaborate In Real Time [Web]

ThinkBinder is a web application that aims to change the way you study with your friends by offering you a study group environment that is built around a set of useful tools designed to increase productivity. The service lets you have group discussions, share notes and provides you with real-time interactions. Creating a study group on Thinkbinder only takes a few seconds and all you have to do is create an account in a few easy steps or login via Facebook. Once you're logged in to the service you will be able to add members, upload files, create events and share ideas on a whiteboard. You can invite friends through e-mail or Facebook and once they are all in, you can collaborate with them through chat, private messages, and more. Moreover, you can share links, files and work on problems together through a whiteboard in real time.Read More

Hands-On With The Official SkyDrive Desktop Client For Windows & Mac [Review]

Micosoft's SkyDrive is a file hosting service that allows users to upload and sync files to cloud storage. Previously, one could only access SkyDrive files from its web UI and upload Office documents from Office 2012, however, Microsoft has recently released its desktop client for Mac and Windows to let users easily manage SkyDrive files and sync local files with the cloud, from their computers. The desktop client works just like Dropbox; it creates a folder on your hard drive and anything that you copy into that folder will be automatically uploaded/ synced with the cloud. When you install a SkyDrive desktop client on a PC or Mac, it creates a new section in its web interface, so that you can separately manage files and folders that are uploaded from different computer. It actually turns your PC into a private cloud, letting you browse through your personal files and folders via web interface. More on SkyDrive Windows app after the jump.Read More

FluffyApp Updated With New UI, Option To Quickly Create & Upload Notes To CloudApp

Cloud is the latest and greatest talks of the internet these days. No longer do we need to keep everything within a device, with Cloud, we can access any file anywhere, provided there is an active internet connection. Taking advantage of the features provided by cloud computing, various companies have made its use, in one way or the other. One of those is CloudApp. CloudApp is a small application for Mac that is a very famous tool for uploading files to the cloud. There wasn't any Windows alternative to it until back in 2010, when we covered FluffyApp, an application that allows Windows users to upload files to CloudApp. Users are allowed to upload files by dragging it over the system tray icon or by simply navigating to the file. Moreover, it enables users to instantly capture and upload screenshots to the cloud. It basically provides everything of CloudApp from Windows perspective. FluffyApp has come a long way since its first release, and a recent update by the developers has brought version 2 of the application to the market. So, we thought of checking out all the changes that have been included in the application since the first release. Keep reading to find more.Read More

Tiny Uploader: Capture Screenshots & Upload Images To Imgur & ImageShack

Websites such as 9Gag, Reddit and Digg don’t host the images posted by users on their own servers. That's why most users upload images to online image hosting websites, such as, Minus, etc. Imgur is an image hosting & sharing website that offers both account-based, as well as anonymous image uploading services. ImageShack is another free image hosting website that allows users to upload up to 5 megabytes of JPG, PNG, GIF, TIFF and BMP images. Previously, we have covered desktop applications for uploading images to these image hosting websites; Imgur Uploader for Imgur lets you quickly upload images by just dragging them over the specified area, whereas ImageShack Uploader is a cross-platform web application, which allows you to upload images in bulk. Today, we came across an application  for Windows called Tiny Uploader, which lets you upload images to, both Imgur, and ImageShack from a unified interface. You can upload images already available in your hard drive, or take screenshots of a region on your desktop or complete windows and upload it to or Keep reading to find out more about Tiny Uploader.Read More

Imgup: Upload Any Image Or Screenshot To Imgur From Menu Bar [Mac]

Imugr is a popular image sharing service and is widely preferred by Redditors. Whether you’re a Redditor or not, the service is excellent nonetheless. The best part is, for images you don’t care to protect by privacy settings, you can upload and share them without even needing an account on the site. Imgup is a free Mac app that sits in the menu bar and lets you upload any image directly to Imgur. Additionally, it integrates with the default Mac screenshot shortcuts, and by pressing the Option key in addition to the hotkeys, the app uploads the screenshot directly to Imgur and you can view thumbnails of them from the menu bar. Clicking on the thumbnail opens the direct link of the image in your browser.Read More

Polarfox Lets You Edit & Upload Images To Multiple Websites At Once

Photo sharing is one of the frequently used element of internet. Social networks, image hosting sites and other file sharing services have provided a gateway to share all kind of photos among people around the globe. The usual method to upload image to an image hosting service is to log on to its URL, complete the required sign up process and then upload the image. The alternative method on the hand is to use an official or unofficial desktop client to instantly upload them. Previously, we have covered some very good picture uploading clients for different image hosting and social networking websites. Different software upload images to different websites, such as Picasa Uploader is a free plugin for Picasa which adds the ability to publish your selected photos directly to Facebook, and Dropico is another web application for sharing pictures across multiple social networking websites, such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Flickr etc. Today we have Polarfox, an Adobe Air-based application for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux that allows you to edit and share images to multiple websites at once. More on Polarfox after the break.Read More

TinyGrab: Capture Screenshots Using Mac’s Native Utility & Upload To Cloud

Last year, we reviewed TinyGrab for Windows, a screenshot sharing app that allows you to take screenshots and upload them to your online account. At the same time, the app also copies the URL of the file to your clipboard, so you can easily paste it anywhere for sharing. For Mac users who would have liked something similar, TinyGrab now has a Mac app available in the Mac App Store, for free. The app, like the Windows version, requires you to sign up for a free account and has a killer interface. It adds a simple icon to the menu bar and shows upload options and progress in a small popup.Read More

Fotobounce: Share Photos & Organize Them via Face Recognition

Digital cameras have allowed us to shoot hundreds of photos without worrying about changing the camera roll, but having a huge amount of photos means that you need to manage them to avoid cluttering up your system, and also to easily access the required photo from the collection. There are a lot of great photo managers available out there that provide you with multiple options to manage large photo collections. Today we have a simple, yet powerful application called Fotobounce, which lets you organize all the images stored on your computer and share them with your friends and colleagues. The application allows creating a private network with your friends and family, letting you choose what is to be shared with others. Additionally, it makes use of face recognition technology to help you easily tag and organize your photos. Using this feature, it automatically identifies friends and family members, and allows you to transfer the tags to Facebook. Details to follow after the jump.Read More

Safebox: Encrypt Files Before Uploading Them To A Cloud Service [Mac]

Dropbox is essentially a great service; cloud storage and cross platform sync sum up what makes it so useful. If you aren’t a fan of Dropbox, you might like one of the other and equally popular cloud storage services like SkyDrive, SugarSync, Box etc. Safebox is a free Mac app that compliments Dropbox and other cloud storage services by making sure important files are encrypted before being uploaded to the cloud. It is most conveniently used with Dropbox, as it adds a separate folder in Dropbox, visible on your local drive. All important files are first added to the Safebox folder, which, in turn, syncs with the cloud service, encrypting the files and uploading them. It is worth mentioning that the app only encrypts your data, and does not decrypt them.Read More

Scup: Cross-Platform Batch Audio Track Uploader For SoundCloud

Established in 2007, SoundCloud is arguably the most popular online audio distribution platform for collaboration, promotion and distribution of audio content by artists and music promoters. While the web version of the platform is a no brainer for anyone who is familiar with the service, we don’t usually come across a lot of desktop applications catering to SoundCloud. For that reason, when we stumbled across Scup (short for SoundCloud Uploader), we considered it worthy of being taken for a spin. In its essence, Scup is an Adobe AIR-based, cross-platform application that lets you upload multiple tracks to your SoundCloud account and create a set on the fly. The application supports specifying all necessary parameters, such as genre, set and track types, license, record label etc, making your sets ready for publishing in every sense.Read More

Gyazo: Instant Screenshot Capture & Upload To Share Tool [Mac]

There are a myriad of screenshot capturing tools available for Mac, and while the native screenshot functionality isn’t bad either, all you need to do is hide the abnormally wide window shadows that it adds, and you’re all set. As far as simple screenshots are concerned, you will find most apps, free or paid, to be effective, but when it comes to sharing a screenshot, very few will integrate the feature. Gyazo is a Mac app that lets you capture any part of your screen, uploads the screenshot to its online server, opens it in your browser, and copies the URL to your clipboard.Read More

SkyDrive Browser: Unofficial Dual-Pane SkyDrive Client For Android

While users of WP7 and iOS-powered devices are relishing the arrival of Microsoft's official SkyDrive client on their respective platforms, Android users have been left out in the cold for now. However, as always, the Andriod dev community is quick to deliver an alternative. SkyDrive Browser is a new, free Android app that lets you access your SkyDrive account. The app replicates most of the features that have been offered by Microsoft in its official SkyDrive clients for iOS and WP7 devices. Not only does the app let you browse and manage all the content stored on your SkyDrive account, it also provides you with an effective mechanism for uploading and download files to/from it (with batch selection support).Read More Lets Beer Lovers Create Exotic Beer Labels [Web]

If you’re a beer lover or just like to brew your own ale, and want to create your very own beer label, then is just what you need. This web app lets you create beer labels without any graphic or technical knowledge, and is very simple to use. You can choose different labels, backgrounds and colors, and not only these, there’s also a collection of main graphics, banners & ribbons to choose from, each with a wide range of colors. You can also upload an image and finish the design by adding text to it. Finally, when you're done, you can save your label and share it across your social networks, or just print it out.Read More

Ticno Screenshooter: Lightweight Screenshot Taking App For Windows

Ticno Screenshooter is a screenshot taking application for instantly capturing a specific portion, current window or the entire desktop. It has been developed by the developer of Multibar, and for this reason, it automatically integrates with the Multibar dock (if installed). It works pretty similar to other screenshot-taking applications like Greenshot, but is much more lightweight (with a memory stamp of approximately 5.5MB, as compared to 21MB of memory usage by Greenshot).Read More

Drawpr: Drop And Share Files Without The Hassle Of Signups [Web]

Want to quickly share files without going through the whole e-mailing process? drawpr is a brand new file sharing web app that allows you to upload your files in only a few simple steps. Just drop your files in the bucket to upload them, copy the link and send it to anyone you want, or simply share on Facebook. drawpr is a quick and handy tool that makes file sharing, accessing and storing a lot more easier. No sign up is required, although the service does recommend it. Furthermore, you can make your files password protected.Read More

ZipShare: Quickly Share Files Up To 20 MB On Facebook [Web]

Want to send files to a friend but too lazy to email them? From the creators of infamous WinZip comes ZipShare, a brand new social file sharing web app quickly uploads files to Facebook, and displays a download link on your wall, allowing your friends to access and download the shared files in single click. Unfortunately, it poses a size limit of merely 20MB per file, but the disk storage for ZipShare is 100MB which is not bad. Read on to find out more about this new offering in (internet) town.Read More

Facebook Photo Uploader – Drag & Drop Images To Create Albums [Chrome]

Facebook modified their image uploader a long time ago; the need for the change was the fact that no one has the time to upload a hundred pictures, five at a time. The new uploader allows you to upload any number of images at once. The revamped photo uploader may be better than its predecessor, however, uploading anything online is now best done by dragging & dropping. It’s easier and users who don’t like to click around like nuts might prefer it over the Facebook interface. Facebook Photo Uploader is a Chrome application that lets you create albums by dragging & dropping images on its interface. The app runs in Chrome and requires an active internet connection to upload the images.Read More