Peer-to-peer technology company Zapr just announced the launch of a public beta version of its free personal sharing tool and the launch of a tool for MySpace users to include links on that site. Zapr enables the sharing of files and folders from a users PC. With no size limitations, Zapr users can share their documents, videos and pictures without the hassles of FTP sites, extensive uploading or worrying about blocked emails. Serving and encryption technology ensure that sharing is as safe and secure as possible. “We’ve already seen that Zapr can simply address the needs of everyone who has content sitting on their computers that they want to share. The MySpace tool is an example of how powerful the Zapr link is”says Dai-Kyu Kim, CEO and co-Founder of Zapr. “Zapr is the missing link for really simple sharing and publishing.”
The beta version is now open to the public and users can register at www.zapr.com.