KwiqFlick allows users to upload and transfer large files of up to 2GB ready via a 'drag and drop' functionality that's been…
KwiqFlick allows users to upload and transfer large files of up to 2GB ready via a 'drag and drop' functionality that's been described as so easy to use that "you don't even have to think about it."
This innovative new platform, which is free to use and is growing in popularity across a number of major web forums, including Reddit, also includes free video recording software, an easy to manage folder system and a built-in chat function designed to facilitate collaboration between users and simple transfering of large files between users.
Upload large files using your laptop or mobile phone for instant 'drag and drop' transfer ', to as many different people as you want, as many times as you want — even if they are not on KwiqFlick.
Create folders to store everything from holiday photos and videos to lengthy business presentations. You can also create shared folders with other KwiqFlick members - so every time you add a new file to that folder they will receive it instantaneously.
Download entire folders as a zip folder to make access even easier.
KwiqFlick's platform offers a unique visual perspective that makes it easy for users to share files. While other file sharing platforms only allow users to send a link or allow access to a folder, KwiqFlick's unique interface provides a clear perspective of the overall picture with the folders and communication area (chat function) displayed on the same screen. This allows for the seamless flow of information between users, creating the most intuitive and simplistic file sharing experience currently available on the market.
KwiqFlick's video screening software allows users to record directly from the platform and then share the content instantly. While this has several practical uses from a personal and business perspective, it has an interesting use that could transform how many HR and recruitment teams operate. The software will allow candidates to send video presentations to employers, allowing the recruiters to screen candidates and make an informed decision on whether or not they are suitable for the given role before proceeding to interview stage, saving businesses both time and money.