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About MediaFire

MediaFire supports bulk file uploading and includes a file manager to help you sort through them with ease. It also makes file sharing simple and provides useful sharing options. While the service does not provide you with all of the control over your files that its peers do, its one-time links ensure that you retain some control over the shared links. Unlike the majority of file-sharing services, MediaFire allows you to share files without even registering. Of course, certain restrictions apply to this ability in order to discourage abuse. To begin, the unregistered account only provides GB of storage. Furthermore, such files that aren’t linked to a registered account are automatically deleted after 14 days. Simply registering with the service grants access to a plethora of features. For example, you now have 10 GB of storage space for uploading and sharing files. In addition, each file can be up to 4 GB in size. MediaFire also employs an industry-standard rewards mechanism, allowing you to earn more storage space by completing tasks such as installing the mobile app and connecting your Facebook and Twitter accounts. To avoid advertisements, you must upgrade to a paid account. MediaFire, unlike most services, only offers two subscription plans. There is a Pro plan that provides 1 TB of storage space and allows you to upload single files up to 20 GB in size. It costs $5 per month or $3.75 per month if paid for a year in advance. Enterprise users have access to a Business plan that provides a whopping 100 TB of storage that can be shared by 100 users. It costs $50 per month or $40 per month if paid in advance for a year. Both paid plans provide similar benefits over the free plan. Not only are the downloads ad-free, but you can also embed download links directly in your website, emails, or social media posts, allowing recipients to bypass the MediaFire website. Both paid plans include additional benefits such as bulk downloads, direct uploading from website links, and one-time links. The web interface of MediaFire is well-organized and clearly labeled, and it is undeniably one of the service’s strengths. You can upload files and folders by dragging and dropping them into the interface or by using the upload button. Once files have been added to your MediaFire account, you can track and manage them. The MediaFire web app includes a search bar to help you find the files you need. You can either type the file name or filter the files by type. MediaFire, like its competitors, allows you to share any file or folder from your account. In fact, you can create a share link while the file or folder is still being uploaded. One of the service’s useful features is the ability to share multiple files without first placing them in their own folder. In certain situations, this functionality can be quite useful. You can, for example, use it to generate a sharing URL for a number of random files in your MediaFire account without first putting them in a folder. Another intriguing sharing feature is the ability to subscribe to folder changes via RSS. You can request that MediaFire generate an RSS URL for a folder instead of a regular share URL. Anyone who has this URL will be notified whenever you add or delete files from this folder. FileDrop, a very useful collaboration feature, is available to Pro and Business users. You can use this feature to allow others who have the URL to the folder to add files to it. You can instruct MediaFire to send you an email whenever someone transfers a file into a FileDrop-enabled folder. Anyone with the share URL will be able to access all files and folders you share from your MediaFire account. Another issue is that Mediafire’s sharing function does not include any access controls. The fact that Pro and Business users can password-protect their shares is the only saving grace. The 1-Time Download feature can also be used as access control. You can use this feature to limit the number of times the file can be downloaded. The URL becomes invalid after the file has been downloaded. You can add additional safeguards such as an expiration date after which the URL will expire regardless of whether it has been accessed or not. You can also request that MediaFire send you an email when a file is downloaded using the 1-Time Download link. The service does provide Android and iOS mobile apps. While these allow you to automatically upload any images or videos you take with your smartphone, they do not allow you to sync content. Unlike some of its competitors, MediaFire provides unlimited, ad-supported bandwidth for downloading your shared files. Paid users receive 1 TB of ad-free bandwidth per month, after which their downloads are supplemented with ads. Many standard features that are standard with other file-sharing services, such as file versioning, are also missing in MediaFire. The service also has scant documentation, the majority of which is out of date.


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Address 16606 FM1488
Address 2Suite 148-322
Zip/Postal Code77354
CountryUnited States
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