AirDropper is a very nifty way to request a file: send an email with a special link, and the person you need the files from can upload them right into your synchronised Dropbox account. The web app just got a little cooler recently with the addition of multiple file uploads, so your recipient can fling you as many files as you need at once. That's much easier than explaining how to ZIP up files to clients and friends. [AirDropper]
AirDropper Now Allows Multiple Uploads For Dropbox-Synced File Requests
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