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MediaFire for Web Apps

  • Free
  • In English
  • 3.6
  • (892)
  • Security Status

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Cathy Buggs
Cathy BuggsUpdated 4 months ago

Simple and affordable cloud storage solution

MediaFire is a free cloud storage solution for PC that is being offered by MediaFire. This backup service provides users with 10GB of data allocation and ad-supported downloads. Once files are uploaded, users can share them with others via their websites or through the company's dedicated online portals.

Similar to MEGA or Google Drive, MediaFire makes it easy for users to upload their files for backup purposes, as well as be a platform wherein they can share them with others. They can opt for the Pro and Business plans for more storage space and unlock more features and options.

All in the name of simplicity

MediaFire has been around for a while now and has made a name for itself as an easy-to-use file hosting service for sharing large sizes over the internet. You'll need to register for an account, but the process is very simple and it will afford you a data allocation of 10GB. Do note the maximum 4GB upload size limit and the ad-supported downloads, though.

The program is intuitive and simple to use. The experience is similar to other cloud storage services in the market today. You get standard file management options available to you like organizing your files by creating folders. You can also make copies, delete, or rename them via the built-in explorer. Meanwhile, sharing them can be done with the use of a direct URL link that you can send to others.

As simple and as easy as it is to use, there are a few key areas where it falls short of the competition, though. For one, it doesn't have file syncing capabilities, making file management tedious. Another is the complete lack of security protocols implemented like basic encryption. Mind you, these glaring issues even apply to its paid plans—rather odd and unusual omissions.

As basic as it can get

If all you need is a basic cloud storage solution for personal use, then MediaFire is a decent option worth considering. It's easy to use and comes with a generous enough data allocation, with a sizable upload limit. If you opt for a paid plan, you'll get more storage space and additional features for very competitive prices. For everything else, though, it would be to look elsewhere.

PROS

  • Simple and easy to use
  • Decent 10GB data allocation
  • Competitive plan pricing

CONS

  • No file syncing
  • No file encryption

Also available in other platforms

Program available in other languages


MediaFire for Web Apps

  • Free
  • In English
  • 3.6
  • (892)
  • Security Status

User reviews about MediaFire

  • Anonymous

    by Anonymous

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


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