Courier allows you to share files, images, photos, movies, and more with all your favourite online services. Our seven built-in plugins mean you'll be able to start sharing in under 30 seconds - and with Amazon S3, Ember, Flickr, Facebook, FTP / SFTP, Vimeo and YouTube support, we've got the most-requested services in the bag!
What’s new in version 1.3.3
Updated on Mar 11 2013
Fixes an issue that prevented you from signing in to Facebook.
Support for this app is dropped from realmac.
I waste my money for this lovely (that's was what I thinking in the past) for this unsupported application.
Realmac is slowly untrustable, because they also kicked all customers of LittleSnapper. No upgrade and less features in the new application who will do near the same, but with a different name (ember). And I also remember me, that in the past "LittleSnapper" got a free service for uploading the screenshots from the app to a web service, called "Ember". Also shut down by realmac after a few month's.
I bought version 1.3.2 of this application in a bundle last Christmas, but upgrades are now only available via a new purchase from the Mac App Store. Unfortunately, not even the developer provides a downloadable upgrade version.
What's up with that kind of policy?
Developer... You should consider renaming your application to something like "Image Courier" as it conflicts with the Courier Mail Transfer Agent (http://www.courier-mta.org/), which is often called Courier.
It is not on the apple app store as well for way cheaper. Apple must convince developer to sell stuff cheaper or even pay them to do so to discourage people from getting it outside the Apple app store. Kind of like Microsoft use to dry up it is competition. Also I believe Cyperduck does the same thing for free.
Working great, buying it for sure once the trial is over, but so far it works like a charm, especially with CloudApp and Amazon S3, which is what I was most interested in, since I don't want a usual FTP client.