Torpedo Shares Self-Destructing Files For Short Periods Of Time

Torpedo Shares Self-Destructing Files For Short Periods Of Time

Mac/web: Dropbox, OneDrive and email are great when you want to share files quickly. But sometimes you want to share a file once and destroy it afterwards. That’s exactly what Torpedo does.

Torpedo allows you to share a file with a self-destructing link. So, you drag a file to the app or your browser, then set it’s availability as either two days or for one download. Once either of those happens, the files are removed from the Torpedo servers. It may not be the ideal way to send saucy photos, but it’s handy if you just want a quick, one-time share of something. The free plan gives you 10 uploads a day with a 35MB file limit, while the Pro plan allows you unlimited uploads with a 250MB file limit for $US3/month.

Torpedo [via One Thing Well]

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