It's not too late to get this Cyber Monday deal on a new Droplr account

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Remote collaboration is both a blessing and a curse.

On the one hand, it allows for unmatched convenience as team members can work together from anywhere in the world. On the other hand, communication can get a bit muddled when a team isn’t all together in one location — specifically when it comes to sharing files.

That’s why Droplr was created as a reliable way to share critical project information to the people who need it. And, you can take an additional 40% off its sale price when you plug the CYBER40 code in at checkout.

With Droplr, you can simply capture a screenshot of whatever you’re working on, add comments, and send the screenshot in a short link to your intended recipient—all in a single interface. Plus, with this exclusive deal, you’ll get unlimited Drops (i.e. screenshots shared), screen recordings and GIF captures, and boards (think task management) for three users for life. Whether you’re purchasing for a small team or just sharing with friends, none of you will endure recurring subscription fees.

And, to sweeten the deal, lifetime plans to Droplr Pro are on sale at a new price drop. Now available for $38 AUD ($29 USD), you can sign up for more than 90% off the normal retail price, and you can take an additional 40% off its sale price when you plug the CYBER40 code in at checkout.

Please note that all deals in the deal store are in US dollars. Additional shipping costs may apply for physical items.

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