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Droplr's speedy file sharing now starts at $5 per month with unlimited storage

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Droplr members wondering (and worrying) about the company's switch to a pay-only service now know just how much it will cost to keep sharing files. The developer has announced that its Droplr Lite tier will start at $5 per month, or $50 per year; if you want customization, image embedding or password-protected sharing, you'll need to shell out $10 per month ($100 per year) for Droplr Pro. Existing users get a 30 percent discount in return for their loyalty. There are a few strong incentives to pay whether or not you're a longtime customer, though. All members now get unlimited storage, with uploads increasing to 2GB each. You can also sign up for a new $10-per-person Business tier with collaboration features, and individual subscribers can knock 10 percent off their bill with each person they refer. There's even a Droplr for Mac 4 app update launching at the same time with a redesigned menu bar item, improved searches and a sharing shortcut. The pricing changes take effect immediately, but everyone gets a 30-day free trial to help make their decision. Whatever your feelings about paying up, you can find out more at the source link.

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