Drag & drop images from Mac menu bar

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ben@dreamerslab · Co-founder & CEO @POP
It looks very useful! But your download experience can be optimized. It asked my email when I tried to download but nothing happened after I typed my email. I then try to download without giving my email and it gave me an error but I was still able to download...
Hardik Sojitra
Hardik Sojitra@sojitrahardik · love fixing broken processes
@dreamerslab same here. Thanks to your comment! I kept on waiting for download to start but then did what you tried and the file got downloaded. :)
Manny Orduña
Manny Orduña@manny_orduna
@dreamerslab Did the same, downloaded without submitting my email
Steven Shen
Steven ShenMaker@syshen · Founder of Cubo and Inspr
@dreamerslab appreciate the feedback. It is fixed now. And we don't intend to collect anyone's email, so the file will be still downloaded no matter you leave the email or not :)
Chris Messina
Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
@syshen so why ask do for it?
Steven Shen
Steven ShenMaker@syshen · Founder of Cubo and Inspr
@chrismessina Sorry about the confusion guys! Leaving email is optional for downloading the app, but we will notify those who leave the email when Pixdrop final version is released. We’ve adjusted the flow and hope it makes more sense now :)
Steven Shen
Steven ShenMaker@syshen · Founder of Cubo and Inspr
Hello Hunters, I am Steven , the maker of Pixdrop and Inspr. Last November we made Inspr app for making quick app mockups on the phone, and it hit number 2 on ProductHunt. It was a great encouragement for us. We got a lot of very good feedback from the community, and we also had the chance to co-work with a great startup POP (Prototype on Paper) to deliver integrated features. Now, Inspr team is releasing a new utility tool called Pixdrop. Pixdrop is a Mac menu bar app for you to collect images efficiently. You can drag and drop any images from the menu bar, keep and organize screenshots, and capture mobile device screenshots directly from your Mac. It works with GIF as well. No more tedious image download! It began as a side project, but our team finds the tool extremely useful and time-saving, so we decided to polish it and share with more people. If you deal with images frequently, I believe Pixdrop will increase your productivity! It is completely free! We'd be happy to get feedback from the community.
Elizabeth S Hunker
Elizabeth S Hunker@elizabethhunker · elizabeth.ai
I'm... actually going to use this... a lot. @InsprDesign @syshen
Ismael Arenzana
Ismael Arenzana@iarenzana · DevOps @ INdigital Telecom
Very useful app.
Evan Kimbrell
Evan Kimbrell@evankimbrell · Founder, Sprintkick
Haha this is so simple but so great. I'm looking at my desktop and I have a cluster of images on one corner of the screen. When I move images from an app to another or from google images I have to drop them there, THEN move them to their destination.
Steven Shen
Steven ShenMaker@syshen · Founder of Cubo and Inspr
@evankimbrell thanks! that is why we create Pixdrop. :)