Dropzone provides you an elegant method for quickly solving redundant tasks. It actually suggests you a sort of automation process that can optimize your daily work routine and eliminate some of the repetitive actions, that normally occur when having to work with the same apps on a regular basis.
Dropzone not only it lets you define your own collection of tasks for the apps you use more frequently but it also comes with about ten useful suggestions. And, if you want to discover more, you can always go to the Dropzone's website to browse its entire collection of actions.
Furthermore, after you have personalized the default actions’ behavior, so that they suit your own user needs, all you have to do left is to drag-and-drop the files or apps that you want to process onto the appropriate action’s icon, displayed in the Dropzone’s grid.
The grid stays at your fingertips, as it can be opened with a single click on the Dropzone’s icon, added in the Dock.
NOTE: To buy Dropzone via the App Store, an Apple account is required.
Here are some key features of "Dropzone":
· Launch applications
· Install applications
· Flickr upload
· FTP Upload
· Save text
· Copy or move files
· Zip and e-mail
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· New and improved Circles design
· Fixed bug where certain areas of Circles were not handling clicks or drags
· Added support for uploading to a specific Amazon S3 folder
· Made Amazon S3 action handle files uploaded with the same name by adding a suffix to the end rather than overwriting
· Added NSSupportsAutomaticGraphicsSwitching key to App plist to try and avoid discrete GPU switching