Cloudee arrives on BlackBerry 10, offers quick file and screenshot sharing

By Bla1ze on 13 Mar 2014 05:32 pm EDT

Although it's a bit of a niche app, CloudApp is great for sharing files and screenshots on your computer but if you're looking for something that integrates with your BlackBerry 10 device there is now a solution. Cloudee for BlackBerry 10 has been released by Kisai Labs and and offers a native experience for CloudApp. Although it won't replace Box or Dropbox for you, it does have plenty of uses.

  • A quick way to share screenshots - As soon as you take a screenshot, it's uploaded and a short link is copied to your clipboard!
  • A quick way to share any file with anyone, at any time.

Again, it's not something everyone is going to need in their life but if you're already using CloudApp and a BlackBerry 10 device, it's great to have an app for it. Cloudee is a paid app priced at $1.99 and is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices running BlackBerry 10.2.1. If you're looking for more details, hit the link below.

Learn more / Download Cloudee



And the apps keep on coming....

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Prem WatsApp

Let them come....

Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....


We haven't been getting a lot of big named1st party apps lately

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Dude we have a craigslist and wikipedia apps.

Keep The Faith  BlackBerry Q10 


It's a matter of time before other big names come to bb10.

Bbrys challenge is that they don't get apps first like ios or android and it can take forever (if ever) for companies to make an app for BB10. And side loading and 3rd party Android stores are not the answer.

It's a tough feeling knowing that when an app that you need, especially for productivity, is only made for ios and android. And its even harder knowing that any future apps will most likely not come at all, if not for quite sometime. And no one wants to wait before their desired app is available.

I've become accustomed to seeing a product advertised, then look for the app, and without a doubt knowing it'll be available for my phone, and viola, there the app is in the app store (Android user right now). You don't have that confidence nor luxury wwith BB right now and the average consumer isn't going to wait.



wow way to support the comment section ABOUT THE APP.... GREAT COMMENT!! Momo



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Thanks for your sarcasm :)

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Very interesting app!

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I'm waiting for Line

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Still waiting on update to be released to Sprint.


Still waiting on an update from Verizon.

Keep The Faith  BlackBerry Q10 


Funny when an app is not only a niche app but also a paid app.

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tripple dunk

Hmmmmm. $1.99 for an app not needed. Does what all free cloud apps do now.

Yupp this dev is going places

White Z10


Yes because working for free is the way forward

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May not be needed for you but I and many others can certainly find a use for it.


If they allow larger file size limits than Box, then it might be worth it...


Nice work again by the Kisai Labs team

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Best email address ever!


I could never understand why the bloody screen grab doesn't give you an auto option to send... wtf else would be a reason for most of us to take a freakin screen shot anyhow but to forward it!?

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"A quick way to share screenshots - As soon as you take a screenshot, it's uploaded and a short link is copied to your clipboard!
A quick way to share any file with anyone, at any time"

I'm confused could i not just take a screenshot press designated share button in bb10 and send that shot to
only the person i want and not sending my potentially sensitive information to some less secure who knows where server? and for only $1.99 even with bb10 share button being secure native and smarter, NOT whats the point of this again?

I think I will give this one a pass.



I like that I can view not only screenshots taken from my bb10 device but I can view screenshots I take on my desktop, which isn't as easy to share from a PC.

Hey the app does have a lot of uses.

Kudos to Kisai Labs.


But where's the PayPal app?