We’re excited to announce the immediate availability of the new Droplr for Mac. This new version is full of some great improvements, primarily focusing on taking advantage of new features in OS X Mountain Lion. It also includes Retina Display support.
We’re currently working on getting this new update posted on the Mac App Store. In the meantime however, we felt it was important to get this update in your hands without further delay.
You can download the new update here: Download Now
(To update your current version, first quit Droplr, then drag the new version to your Applications folder to overwrite the old one.)
Here’s what’s new:
- Use Apple’s new Notification Center for notifications on OS X Mountain Lion.
- Retina Display support for Apple’s new MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
- Exposed default hotkey action (opt+d) in main menu.
- New global hotkey for composing a note.
- New menu item to open the file browser to select which file(s) to share.
- New contextual (cntrl-click) menu item in Finder to share selected file(s).
- New ‘Share with Droplr’ action in the global services menu.
- Removed Textile and Plain Text from the notes. Now defaults to Markdown.
- Added syntax highlighting and Markdown formatting to the note composer.
- New confirmation when a file has been deleted.
- New popover actions for quickly acting on a drop from the menu. These include:
- Twitter: OS X Mountain Lion users will get Apple’s new Twitter integration for posting drops on Twitter.
- Facebook: Share a drop on Facebook.
- Email: Email a drop to friends, family and co-workers with your default email application.
- Privacy: Droplr Pro subscribers can now change a Drop’s privacy directly from the menu.
- Fixed an issue that prevented drag & drop from Stacks in the Dock.
- Improved speed of menu when CPU intensive tasks running in background.
- Fixed small delay when snapping a screenshot.
- Fixed bugs when no keyboard shortcut is defined.
- Dragging files that exceed the size limit will now result in the proper error message.
- Fixed an issue in which the right command key did not work for the (cmd+enter) shortcut to submit a note.
- Fixed an issue where the Droplr notification popup could show when switching spaces on OS X Mountain Lion