Use your files from Google Drive, Dropbox & mobile phone in any website.
Dropkit lets you bring and use all your files from your Google Drive, Dropbox and mobile phone in any webpage, so you don't waste your time looking for them yourself.
How to use Dropkit:
Once the Dropkit browser extension is installed in your browser, it is automatically integrated into the file uploading and downloading process of any website, so you dont have to go out of your way to use it. Every time you press a file upload/download button in a website along the lines of "upload/import/select/attach/browse" or "download/export" file, Dropkit will display a popup window that gives you multiple options to "import" the file from or "export" the file to, respectively. Without Dropkit, the only place to upload files from/download files to is your computer’s local file explorer/finder.
How to Import file from/export file to Google Drive / Dropbox:
Let’s say someone shared a photo with you on Google Drive or Dropbox, and you want to attach the photo to a tweet you are about to make in twitter.com. Without Dropkit, you would have to go to drive.google.com, find and download the file to your computer's hard drive, then go back to twitter.com then attach it to your tweet. Wouldn't it be better if all your Google Drive files could be accessed in twitter.com itself? With Dropkit, click the upload media button in Twitter, then in Dropkit's popup window, select the "google drive" option and select your Google Drive files to import right then and there. The photo has now been imported directly from your Google Drive into twitter. The reverse can be done for exporting files directly from websites to your Google Drive as well.
How to Import file from/export file to mobile phone:
Let’s say you are writing an email to someone in gmail.google.com in your browser, but you wanted to attach a photo that you had taken on your phone. Normally, you would probably email this file to yourself, open it in your browser then download it (or airdrop it if u had a macbook and iphone) to your computer’s hard drive then you would upload it to gmail.google.com. Wouldn't it be great if you had an "airdrop" like feature built into gmail.google.com, that could work with any combination of computer and mobile device types? With Dropkit, all you would do is press the "attach file" button in gmail, select the "remote device" option, connect and select files from your phone. Viola, your selected photos will now appear in your email. The file went from your phone directly to gmail. The same can be done for the reverse process, if someone sent you a file in a gmail, and you wanted it to be sent to your phone, press the download file button in Gmail so that Dropkit's popup window is displayed, and export the file directly to your phone. This process can be done in any website.