Minus, a free and simple file sharing app, has today released updates to make it easier for iOS, Firefox, and Chrome users to share images and other files as quickly and easily as possible.
Instant photo and file sharing on mobile devices is one of those things that… well, once you have it, you can’t go back. Minus has been around for about a year, as a competitor to imgur and other photo-hosting services but has grown into an almost Dropbox-like experience. You can create an account and choose to either share your files publicly or privately with private URLs. It’s not quite as robust as Dropbox (yet), in that you can’t set up sync between computers, but it seems to be heading in that direction. Free accounts get 10gb of space and can increase that by referring friends.
The Chrome extension and Firefox addon allow context menus within your browser that allow you to instantly upload an image to your Minus account.
All the Minus apps are available from the Minus tools page.