Dropshare is a so-called menulet that enables you to easily drag&drop files, folders and anything else to your own server, Amazon S3 or Rackspace Cloud Files. Once uploaded, the app copies the link to the file to your Mac's clipboard and you're ready to share with anyone you like!
Dropshare offers a wide selection of preferences to set up everything just like to want it. Randomize the filename after uploading? No problem. Set up a custom URL shortener for your upload URLs? Piece of cake.
** Secure Copy (SCP over SSH) to your own server
Dropshare supports SCP over SSH natively. A working SSH user account is required on the server. A password (for keyboard-interactive authentication) or a SSH key pair (for public key authentication) is also required. Please note that both the public and private key needs to be set up. To have the uploaded file displayed in a web browser, a web server needs to be installed and configured on the server. Please refer to the User Guide for more information.
** Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
An AWS Access Key ID and AWS Secret Access key is required in order to use Dropshare with Amazon S3. All AWS regions are as well as custom domains / domain aliases perfectly supported.
** Rackspace Cloud Files
A Rackspace username and API key is required in order to use Dropshare with Rackspace Cloud Files. Rackspace UK and Rackspace US are supported, as well as custom domains / domain aliases.
Dropshare is a one-off purchase with no monthly financial obligations. Dropshare uploads to your own server, Amazon S3 or Rackspace Cloud Files, so there is no unknown third-party inbetween you and your shared files, and you keep control about them. Compared to other cloud hosted file sharing services, Dropshare is a convenient and budget alternative.