CloudApp – A review

Do you ever have those apps that you like using. That you genuinely enjoy firing up and doing some work in it? Well CloudApp is one of those apps for me. I’ve been using for nearly a decade now and it just gets better and better.

What does it do?

In short, it performs four main functions.

  1. It can host images or media in the cloud
  2. It can take screenshots that you can crop, annotate
  3. It can take a video that you can quickly trim and add annotations to it
  4. You can upload files to quickly share (since I use Google Drive this isn’t such a big deal)

Not only can it do those things it has a nice web interface if you want to log into the website and use it. It has apps for Mac and Windows and even iOS so you can have all your content available on whatever platform you use. Heck they even have a Chrome Extension so it can work with Chromebooks. No Android app yet but I’m hopeful it will come soon.

There is a paid version but I think the free version would be more than enough for most people which is rare. Continue reading “CloudApp – A review”

Podcast Episode 19 – February 1, 2012

Another Wednesday and another quality podcast from IT Babble. We talk about some great topics this week so if you’ve got a long commute and need to fill 30 minutes you could do much worse than spending it with Omar and myself. Check out our topics below.

1) Happy Groundhog Day

2) Tony’s Post “The Cost of Doing Business

3) “Being techno-frugal” & “The maintenance formula” Doug Johnson Blue Skunk blog

4) iPhone app of the week/month

5) “See who’s editing wikipedia” John Borland Wired

6) Best screen capture program – LifeHacker (Windows), (Mac)

7) Game Salad – Producing concrete products

As always you can listen to the podcast below or even better than that subscribe to us on iTunes and listen whenever you want.