MediaFire

Simple yet efficient file storage service

MediaFire is an online file hosting solution that enables you to upload and share files in a very easy way. View full description

PROS

  • Very easy to use, no need to create an account
  • No download limits
  • Handy file manager
  • Many options for sharing files online

CONS

  • File size limited to 200 MB

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MediaFire is an online file hosting solution that enables you to upload and share files in a very easy way.

The best thing about MediaFire is that you can start uploading files right away, without even having to create a user account. Just press the Upload button, select the file and click Begin Uploading Files.

While uploading data, MediaFire will display some information about the whole process, such as the estimated time remaining and the transfer speed. The website’s performance is usually very good, though it depends on your internet connection.

Once done, MediaFire lets you share your files right away. Also, the My Files area gives you access to a file manager with more sharing options (social networks, email, IM, embed in website) and the possibility to tag uploads and organize them in folders.

Besides the Free account, you can also create a Pro MediaFire account. Pro users can upload files up to 2GB in size and password protected zipped files. Also, they don’t see any ads on the website.

MediaFire is simple and effective. Unlike other similar services, it doesn’t require you to type in a code to start downloading, nor does it set speed limits. On the downside, the maximum file size is 200 MB, which is a bit small by today’s standards.

MediaFire is an efficient online storage solution with which you can upload, save and share files on the web very easily.

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  • MediaFire

    by MediaFire

    "other language."

    I have the problems when I download my files because MediaFire doesn't support Thai language. It supported Thai language... More.

    reviewed on April 18, 2012