uploaded Tool 2009

uploaded Tool 2009

Free
uploaded Tool 2009 is a desktop tool for downloading and uploading files
 
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uploaded Tool 2009 is a desktop tool for downloading and uploading files. It works with the uploaded.to file-sharing service. The desktop client allows you to upload files to the servers for free. But you can't download your files from the application without registering for a premium (paid) account at uploaded.to, which makes this desktop utility rather useless. To upload files, simply point uploaded Tool 2009 to a directory and double click files to add them to a queue. It supports batch uploading of files, which is pretty much the only good thing about this app. When your uploads are finished, you don't really get a pop-up giving you a download link or telling you that the job was done correctly. Instead, you have to guess your way to the "Results" tab, where the links are listed, but they don't really show any information. You never know what file corresponds to what download link, for that you have to go to the website and look all the information in your account. And that is pretty much all the application does. When I first installed it, the GUI was in German, and even after switching to English there were untranslated parts and parts in other languages. The concept of having an application like this tied to your sharing service is great. The application, on the other hand, has a poor design and presentation.

José Fernández
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Review summary

Pros

  • None

Cons

  • Poor design
  • Limited functions
  • Not intuitive at all
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