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Dropify: Embed Any File On Facebook For Friends And Fans To Download Directly

Posted at 7:36AM Thursday 17 Jan 2013

If you're a musician, designer or anyone who regularly offers free downloads, here's one app you may find useful to promote your wares on Facebook.

Dropify comes courtesy of Germany-based Hike Social Apps, and integrates with Facebook to "make file downloads more social", as it puts it.

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