CloudApp (Pro)
CloudApp (Pro)
4.4.4

4.8

CloudApp (Pro) free download for Mac

CloudApp (Pro)

4.4.4
06 March 2019

Video screen recorder, GIF maker, screenshot creator.

Overview

CloudApp is an instant video and image sharing platform for professionals. CloudApp is the fastest way to capture and embed video, GIFs, screencasts, and marked-up images throughout business workflows (e.g., software development, design, customer success, support, sales, marketing). CloudApp also make is super-quick and easy to share with others, whether you are a freelance designer, web developer, software engineer, customer service professional, or a startup founder. Every file you create is safely and securely stored in the cloud, and is accessible via our native Mac and Windows apps, or shareable on the web through unique, secure, and password-protected cl.ly short links.

The published price is that of the Pro subscription, billed monthly. View complete pricing info.

What's new in CloudApp (Pro)

Version 4.4.4:
New Features:
  • Record your voice and share a link to the audio recording.
  • Add to your favorites right from the desktop annotation view.
  • Added onboarding steps to help new users with videos, GIFs, and other features.
Bug fixes:
  • Fixed an issue related to Delayed Screenshots on Mojave.
  • Updated the default to medium as the size for webcam on video recordings.
  • Fixed an issue related to the last recording setting.
  • Fixed an issue where the pointer is not recorded on secondary displays.
  • Fixed an issue related to the Save button being unclickable after renaming.

34 CloudApp (Pro) Reviews

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larsolsson
19 January 2016

Most helpful

I really don't do this often, but I'm feeling forced by circumstances to do it in this case. In general, my approach to dealing with software developers is praise in public, criticize in private. I read flames from disgruntled customers and most of the time, they just sound like vendettas or someone looking for a discount or free license. And, while such a diatribe may earn a rapid response from a developer, if your goal is to contribute to an application your generally like but have some issues with, it's not going to be likely to further that goal if your opening remarks are the equivalent of a flame-thrower. In this case, however, I don't have much other choice than to post a negative review. A few months ago, I subscribed to CloudApp as part of figuring out what I was going to do going forward in terms of online sharing that I could control and that worked best for me. Ultimately, I decided to go another way. So, I visited CloudApp's website to find the cancellation form. Imagine my surprise when, after slogging through their online documentation, I discovered that the only way a customer can actually cancel the service so they stop getting billed is by calling a telephone number. Ignoring the irony of this requirement from a company that makes it bones - and presumably, its revenue - from being all about online connectivity and functionality, I called the number. And got some kind of digital error. The voicemail system seemed stuck in a loop. I’m not sure what the problem was, but hey - these things happen. No big deal. So I resolved to try again later. Later turned out to be the next day or even the day after — I can’t honestly remember at this point, because it was a while ago now (don’t worry, I’m getting to that). This time, when I called back, I got what I assume I was supposed to get the first time: a high-quality voice-prompt system that thanked me for calling CloudApp and then led me through several options. However, when I got to the part about customer service and speaking with an actual representative - which is the only way to cancel the service, remember - the polite, high-quality voice said “customer service is now closed.” Seriously, I thought? I don’t remember what time of day it was and as I do customer support myself, I recognize that people have to actually sleep and have personal time — but I’m pretty sure I wasn’t calling at 3am during a fit of insomnia on that particular day. However, once again, I let it go and resolved to call back yet again. Well, it’s now many days later and I have - when I’ve thought of it - called at least three more times, each time receiving the polite female recorded voice telling met that customer support is closed right now. Cries, where the heck is CloudApp's customer service department located, Moscow? I’m now absolutely certain I’ve called both in the am and pm, EST, which should cover most of Europe as well as the west coast of the United States. And yet, still “closed.” Every. Time. So here I sit, literally weeks later, still trying to cancel CloudApp and still presumably being charged for the privilege of wasting my time thusly. The features of CloudApp aren't horrible. In my case, I just decided to go in a different direction, but I could see someone choosing this solution -- but you'd better be darn sure you plan to keep it forever, because apparently it's a bit like Hotel California -- you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave. And you keep getting billed.
Like (8)
Version 3.8.0
caen214
14 August 2019
have been instructed to delete then re-install
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Version 4.4.4
viviC
10 March 2017
Great alternative to Dropbox, however, it can be used only for mac computers. Anyway, it's handy and helpful. I would recommend to try it.
Like (1)
Version 4.2.1
1 answer(s)
scotcha1
scotcha1
14 June 2017
ViviC, we have Windows 10 Support with a dedicated Windows app! You can get it here: https://www.getcloudapp.com/download/windows
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camomile
03 October 2016
Since the Dropbox has crashed on my macbook, I've been searching for some good alternative but more reliable, when the previous syncing app. So, the Cloud is a great choice, I think. It runs quickly, syncs smoothly and make me satisfied with the process. I don't think it's expensive for such a nice product.
Like (2)
Version 4.1.1
Funjoy
27 July 2016
In April I bought a CloudApp deal on sale - the 'Pro Rain Plan Lite' lifetime subscription which offered unlimited drag-and-drops and a 100Mb max file size of videos, gifs or screenshots. (Not sure this plan exists any more.) So far it's worked flawlessly and made sharing easy via Slack, chat or mail. And the screenshot links can also be used to embed graphics in messages on chat boards.
Like (1)
Version 4.0.0
Steven-Sky
07 February 2016
Finally fixes the crashing problem I had. Great job and app
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Version 3.8.2
larsolsson
19 January 2016
I really don't do this often, but I'm feeling forced by circumstances to do it in this case. In general, my approach to dealing with software developers is praise in public, criticize in private. I read flames from disgruntled customers and most of the time, they just sound like vendettas or someone looking for a discount or free license. And, while such a diatribe may earn a rapid response from a developer, if your goal is to contribute to an application your generally like but have some issues with, it's not going to be likely to further that goal if your opening remarks are the equivalent of a flame-thrower. In this case, however, I don't have much other choice than to post a negative review. A few months ago, I subscribed to CloudApp as part of figuring out what I was going to do going forward in terms of online sharing that I could control and that worked best for me. Ultimately, I decided to go another way. So, I visited CloudApp's website to find the cancellation form. Imagine my surprise when, after slogging through their online documentation, I discovered that the only way a customer can actually cancel the service so they stop getting billed is by calling a telephone number. Ignoring the irony of this requirement from a company that makes it bones - and presumably, its revenue - from being all about online connectivity and functionality, I called the number. And got some kind of digital error. The voicemail system seemed stuck in a loop. I’m not sure what the problem was, but hey - these things happen. No big deal. So I resolved to try again later. Later turned out to be the next day or even the day after — I can’t honestly remember at this point, because it was a while ago now (don’t worry, I’m getting to that). This time, when I called back, I got what I assume I was supposed to get the first time: a high-quality voice-prompt system that thanked me for calling CloudApp and then led me through several options. However, when I got to the part about customer service and speaking with an actual representative - which is the only way to cancel the service, remember - the polite, high-quality voice said “customer service is now closed.” Seriously, I thought? I don’t remember what time of day it was and as I do customer support myself, I recognize that people have to actually sleep and have personal time — but I’m pretty sure I wasn’t calling at 3am during a fit of insomnia on that particular day. However, once again, I let it go and resolved to call back yet again. Well, it’s now many days later and I have - when I’ve thought of it - called at least three more times, each time receiving the polite female recorded voice telling met that customer support is closed right now. Cries, where the heck is CloudApp's customer service department located, Moscow? I’m now absolutely certain I’ve called both in the am and pm, EST, which should cover most of Europe as well as the west coast of the United States. And yet, still “closed.” Every. Time. So here I sit, literally weeks later, still trying to cancel CloudApp and still presumably being charged for the privilege of wasting my time thusly. The features of CloudApp aren't horrible. In my case, I just decided to go in a different direction, but I could see someone choosing this solution -- but you'd better be darn sure you plan to keep it forever, because apparently it's a bit like Hotel California -- you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave. And you keep getting billed.
Like (8)
Version 3.8.0
4 answer(s)
Michael-Vilain
Michael-Vilain
14 May 2016
Glad you warned me off this app. I tried ExpanDrive only to get constant Lollipop of Death freezes as it accesses the MacFUSE filesystem used to store the cloud files. This seems worse because it's a service. So, I'll keep looking for an All-In-1 cloud storage amalgamator.

MacUpdate should flag this developer as a scam if they don't have an easy way to deal with customer service issues, like "stop billing my credit card".

I went to their site and it said "All prices are per user. All subscriptions are recurring but can be cancelled at any time. All sales are final and no refunds will be available."

That to me says "contact your credit card company and complain... these guys are scammers who'll bill you until you sent the cops after them."

Some lawyer should tell them that there's a clause in the US Commercial Code called "Refusal of Acceptance" which entitles the buyer to revoke their acceptance of the terms of a sale for whatever reason. In such cases, the sale is null and void and a refund is due. Period. If you can't even get their Customer Service team on line (their chatbot was off line just now), then contacting the credit card company and reporting these guys as a fraud may be a good start.
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ld92lleo2lp
ld92lleo2lp
17 July 2016
Thanks a lot. Almost bought a subscription, but your comment saved me!
Like (3)
Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
21 April 2017
Just a general tip for anyone who is stuck in such a situation as Lars describes above: After a reasonable attempt to reach any customer service rep to cancel billing, simply call your credit card or Paypal cust sve line and inform them that you want to cancel future payments but you can't reach the company. They'll do this immediately. (from the Voice of Experience)
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scotcha1
scotcha1
14 June 2017
Totally fair comment, but we've changed how we process refunds now. No broken phone numbers, a simple form to submit.
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Thomas1977
10 January 2016
I really do not understand the low ratings of this great app. It is a awesome alternative to Dropbox, ones the best cloud services and Droplr. Too expensive? Really? The pricing is about the same to Dropbox and Droplr. Cloud is also the only app that never crashed on my older iMac. Rock solid performance. Recommenede !!
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Version 3.8.0
1 answer(s)
Tim27
Tim27
28 July 2016
The low ratings are all explained pretty well by the people submitting them.
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josefinak-carr
08 December 2015
Expensive!
Like (3)
Version 3.7.0
starsizzle
05 August 2015
No UI option in backend to delete account. Not having such a basic account option is very bad UX.
Like (2)
Version 3.5.3
TCalhau
04 November 2014
I went to CloudApp user from the time he was BETA. Later kept a yearly account Pro but currently I switched the CloudApp by Droplr, and already I'm thinking of switching the Droplr at JumpShare. Certainly the Droplr is a great service but still got the annoying limitation of 2 GB for limite size uploading. The CloudApp currently this prohibitive prices! VERY EXPENSIVE! Ridiculous! The basic account of the right to an upload with maximum file size of 500 MB. Simply ridiculous for a paying user. At least the JumpShare says no file size limit! I am looking for him!
Like (2)
Version 3.1.0
3 answer(s)
TCalhau
TCalhau
05 May 2015
Droplr is finally COMPLETELY UNLIMITED! Cheaper and with maximum file size unlimited! PERFECT! :-)
Like (1)
Dana-Sutton
Dana-Sutton
16 July 2015
BAD PROSE from somebody who sounds like THE DEVELOPER HIMSELF or, barring that, from a developer's FRIEND!!!!!
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TCalhau
TCalhau
17 September 2015
Dana Sutton regret to inform you but your opinion of me is TOTALLY WRONG!
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$9.00

4.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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