Top 10 Tools For Sharing Large Files Easily

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We are living in a technical world and with the increasing use of technology, people want to send and receive data anywhere, anytime. As the size of the file become bigger, it becomes difficult to transfer it. A lot of people found it difficult to share and send large files. Sharing files via email is common but what can you do if you want to share large files? Because Gmail only allows 25 MB of files attachment.

To solve this problem, we are discussing here some of the online file sharing services which allow to share and send large files.

1) MediaFire

Mediafire is a simple and free service which allows you to put all your photos, documents, music and video at a single place so that you can access them easily anywhere. Along with that, it provides 50GB of free space to backup all your important files. You need to upload your files and folder and you will be able to share it easily through email, on your website and even social media with a link anywhere.

2) 7-Zip

7-Zip comes with many features which make it one of the best compression software. This can reduce file size by 2% to 10%. Its compression ratio is 40% higher than its peers. It provides strong AES-256 encryption. It is easy to download and use.

3) Dropbox

Dropbox is another file sharing tool which is mostly used to share large files in businesses and allow multiple users to work. It provides free storage space up to 2 GB. It provides advanced sharing control in which users can set passwords and expiration limits.

4) Hightail

Hightail users have to upload a file to hightail servers and a link is provided to recipients where the file can be downloaded. There are some plugins for business applications that allow user to send files from within the application. Its premium version provides unlimited workspace.

5) WeTransfer

WeTransfer is a cloud-based file transfer services and the simple way to transfer your files around the world. You can easily share files up to 20GB at a time and store upto 100GB. You can also protect your files with a password. You can easily manage your transfer by knowing when and what you have sent and resend or delete transfer.

6) JumboMail

JumboMail is currently the fastest growing file transfer service in the world. With JumboMail you can easily send up to 20GB of videos, photos, and documents you want. You need to upload the files to the jumbo mail server, after completing uploading process, an email will be sent to each recipient with the link to a jumbo mail download page.

7) Senduit

It is another great service which allows sending a file up to 100MB. Upload your file that you want to share and you will get a link which you can share easily with anyone you want. You can also select a time period after which the link would expire.

8) Streamfile

Streamfile supports file objects up to 5TB and you can access them from any PC. It provides the facility of a private password and file encryption. You can track all file transfer by using file center facility by which you can check who has downloaded your files and when along with that you can also set a file expiration date.

9) MailBigFile

MailBigFile is an easy way to transfer large files up to 20GB. You can upload multiple files and then it zip them automatically. Transfer your files using 128-bit SSLEncryption. Its free version allows to send files up to 2GB and files are available for 10 days while its paid version allows to share a file up to 4GB and are available for 28 days.

10) Wikisend

Easy to upload lots of files, archives or backups any files, it’s simple and free and shares with your friends using Email or your blog. There is no need to register or installation just use the uploading form and share your document fast. One of the best features of Wikisend is to create a custom file expiration period that can vary from 1 to 90 days.

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