The latest update to Kicksend’s mobile apps seeks to make it even easier for users to share photos between groups of friends or family, and to send physical copies of those photos to the people they care about the most. Kicksend users will be able to get prints of their digital photos from other local retailers, including Target and CVS. Altogether, that will provide more that 15,000 locations. → Read More
When Walgreens rolled out its “Print to Walgreens” feature last month, media-sharing startup Kicksend was one of a select group to integrate it into its iPhone app. Now all Kicksend users will now be able to print out photos from any of 8,000 Walgreens stores, whether they are iPhone or Android users. Users can select up to 30 photos at a time and send to their local Walgreens store, then pick the… → Read More
Last we covered Kicksend in November, the Y Combinator-incubated web file-sharing tool for the non-technical crowd, had just raised $1.8 million in funding from True Ventures, with participation from Digital Garage, SV Angel, Start Fund, and Milo Founder and CEO Jack Abraham. The team was heads-down fixing, tweaking, and developing some new features for their file-sharing service.
In August, Y Combinator grad Kicksend launched in beta to make sending and sharing large files easy as pie, especially for the non-technical crowd. (Read our initial coverage here.) Since then, founders Pradeep Elankumaran and Brendan Lim tell me that they’ve been heads-down fixing, tweaking, and developing some big new features. While those are not yet ready for broadcast, the startup is today… → Read More
When it comes to file sharing, there is no shortage of tools and services to help you transfer your files, big and small. There’s the old tried and true approach on email, or using VOIP services like Skype, or cloud-based services like Dropbox and Box.net, or the browser-based Ge.tt, to veterans like WeTransfer and YouSendIt. Then there’s newcomer, the social and sharing-focused Minus, which… → Read More