I’m a big fan of the file-sharing service Cloud for little things like sending screenshots to coworkers. Its core competitor Droplr has always looked interesting but wasn’t an option in the office due to its ads and lack of extended private URLs.
That’s all changed today with the launch of Droplr Pro. Ad-free, stats, private drops and more for $3 a month, $30 a year. Droplr differentiates itself from Cloud’s pro offering with much bigger upload options (1GB vs. 250GB), but at the cost of a hard limit on total storage space (100GB vs. virtually unlimited.) I’ll investigate more later in the week.