Dropzone 2.0 Adds Circles, Better Amazon S3 Support

Posted by at 11:24 am on February 3, 2012

Aptonic has released a v2.0 update for its flagship OS X utility, Dropzone. The app speeds up a number of file copying and transfer operations by letting users simply drag a file to a menu item, and then to a target destination. Some options include apps, local folders, email, FTP servers, and Flickr.

The primary addition in v2.0 is the concept of Circles. Instead of a simple grid of icons, a collection of circles will now fan out, each representing a different task. Aptonic has also made it easier to access recently-shared links, and improved support for Amazon’s S3 service.

Some tweaks include keeping the HUD visible when showing the desktop or switching between desktop apps, and a fix for a problem in which some port numbers couldn’t be used in SCP/FTP destinations. Aptonic is selling Dropzone for $10 on the Mac App Store.

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