Updates to Cloudinary Terms of Use

Dec 06, 2018

We’ve updated our Terms of Use.

Here’s a summary of the key additions and changes:

  • Changes to our Acceptable Use policy which we’ve made even more specific so your, and our, responsibilities will be clearer
  • Clarifications and language around Privacy and Confidentiality
  • Updates to our Limitation of Liability making it more accurate in regards to our legal liabilities and legal limitations

For more detail, you can read the full Terms of Use, and our Privacy Policy which will go into effect on December 06, 2018.

If you have any questions, you can always reach us at support@cloudinary.com

New Documentation Search Engine

Nov 26, 2018

New Documentation Search

We are excited to announce our new Documentation Search Engine, designed to help you quickly jump directly to the information you need. The new search offers:

  • Instant results as you type
  • Typo-tolerance
  • Categorized results that match the documentation structure
  • Smart highlighting

Access the new search from the documentation home page or from the header of any documentation page.

Announcing the launch of our new website

Nov 03, 2018

new website

After months of preparation, we are pleased to announce the launch of our brand new website!

We also redesigned our Documentation site and improved the structure of our content, so you’ll get more from it.

We hope you like the changes, and if you have any feedback, please let us know.

Introducing Cloudinary Upload Widget v2

Oct 05, 2018

Introducing Cloudinary Upload Widget v2

Cloudinary's upload widget is a complete, interactive and fully customizable user interface that addresses the upload needs faced by app developers in nearly every market segment, completely eliminating the need to develop in-house interactive media upload capabilities.

For more information, please see the announcement post.

Introducing Cloudinary-Zapier Integration

Sep 20, 2018

Zapier+Cloudinary

Now that Cloudinary connects with Zapier, it's easier than ever to manage images and videos. Zapier can automatically trigger workflows in other apps whenever new resources are uploaded or tagged in Cloudinary. Or you can transform or upload resources or create usage reports in Cloudinary whenever trigger events happen in the other apps you use most.

For details on how to connect Cloudinary with over 1,300 other apps, including Dropbox, Brick FTP, and Box, see Cloudinary's Zapier integration page and Cloudinary integration help & Support.

Android SDK - New Version

Sep 09, 2018

Androis SDK new version

Our Android SDK updated to v1.25.0

In this version, we added one of the most requested features, and now the Android SDK supports immediate upload requests:

UploadRequest.startNow()

For more information about how to use our Mobile SDK, please see this blog post.

Video Player + Ads

Sep 01, 2018

Video Player + ads

Our powerful HTML5 video player, now allowing you to monetize your content with ads. You can show video ads with any tag (VAST, VPAID, and VMAP, as well as ads that are managed with Google’s DoubleClick and AdSense), in any format, on any device. Use ad tags in your video player definition to activate a comprehensive set of advertising options, including banners and pre-, mid- and post-rolls (with or without skip option).

For more information, please see the video player demo page and documentation.

Upload widget 2.0 - Open Beta

Aug 01, 2018

Upload Widget 2.0 live demo app

Cloudinary's Upload Widget is an interactive, feature-rich, simple to integrate tool that enables your users to add content to your website or application.

The upload widget is built from the ground up with the latest technologies, and includes a complete mobile-friendly user interface that enables your users to upload files from a variety of sources like Google Search, Facebook, Dropbox, Instagram and more.

Try it for yourself on our cool new demo page.


For more information about the new Upload Widget, please see our documentation.

If you already use our current Upload Widget, you may want to take a look at our migration tutorial for information about making the switch to v2.0.

We’d love your feedback - please give the new Upload Widget a try and let us know what you think :)

SDK Updates

Jul 24, 2018

Our JAVA SDK has been updated to version 1.19.0:

New functionality:

  • Add support of auto value for start_offset transformation parameter
  • Add support for keyframe interval transformation parameter

Other changes:

  • Fix content range header in chunked upload (force US locale)
  • Keep original filename in uploadLarge before sending the InputStream
  • Update gradle for java 7 TLS fix
  • Fix Api list tags test - verify the list instead of specific tags
  • Cleanup upload preset from testGetUploadPreset (#129)
  • Add int overload to TextLayer.letterSpacing()
  • Fix responsive breakpoint format field implementation
  • Separate modules to run on different travis jobs.
  • Remove test02Resources test (broken and unnecessary).
  • Fix raw convert error message test

Our ANDROID SDK has been updated to version 1.24.1:

  • Integrated cloudinary-core library version to 1.19.0
  • Refactor max error count handling for upload requests.
  • Update libraries and tools versions, fix tests
  • Add consumerProguardFiles to automatically generate proguard rules for consumers.
  • Improve support for immediate time window in upload requests.
  • Fix categorization request test case

Our iOS SDK has been updated to version 2.4.0:

New functionality:

  • Add support for async upload parameter
  • Add support for eager transformation format
  • Add support for automatic quality in transformations. (#150)
  • Add cache max-memory config (#98)
  • Add Keyframe interval transformation parameter (#90)

Other changes:

  • Refactor CLDBaseParam for compatibility with iOS 11.4
  • Remove wrong project config (library search paths)
  • Bump Alamofire version to 4.7.2
  • Fix Alamofire submodule definition
  • Fix signature parameter handling in Management API. (#161)
  • Fix faceCenter and facesCenter values in CLDGravity (#159)
  • Fix calculation of UIImage memory cache cost

Support Choosing Multiple Tagging Add-ons via Upload Preset

Jul 18, 2018

With Cloudinary, you can tag your images with multiple engines by taking the top confidence results of each one.

This feature was available through our SDKs only, and now you can set it up in your upload presets setting.

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For more information, please read our blog post about how to leverage multiple categorization engines for improved automatic tagging.

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