By AN Jay on August 11, 2009

9 Free Apps That Makes Easy To Store And Share Your Files

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Free file hosting is not a problem now a days but to find a good and high speed website that can help you to send or receive your large files in an easier way is really hard. We also know that people have a love and hate relationship with free file hosting sites. Some file hosting sites are really handy and make sharing data even simpler than sending a file via email while other services spam you with countless pop ups and forced membership options to simply download a file. But we don’t want you to worried at all. We have compiled a list of 9 Free Apps That Makes Easy To Store And Share Your Files.

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SkyDrive

SkyDrive

Windows Live SkyDrive works well on any Windows or Macintosh computer with Firefox 1.5 or higher, or Internet Explorer 6 or higher. 5 GB of free online storage, available from any computer with Internet access. You can create personal, shared, and public folders and you can decide who has access to each folder.

DivShare

DivShare

It’s really easy to upload all your photo, documents, videos and music to DivShare. You can create slideshows, audio playlists, flash videos and online document viewers that you can embed anywhere.

OpenDrive 

OpenDrive
OpenDrive is a remote drive for your computer, that allows you to store, share or back up files from your computer on the Internet. You can store anything and share it with anyone, right from your desktop.

Wuala

Wuala

Wuala is a free social online storage which allows its users to securely store, backup, and access files from anywhere and to share files easily with friends, groups, and the world. Tens of thousands of users and thousands of communities around the world are already actively sharing millions of files, growing quickly.

Sky Store & Share

Sky Store & Share

Store & Share is a secure, online storage facility. This fantastic product is open to everyone – you don’t need to be a Sky customer. You can access from any computer with an internet connection and can  share with friends and family.

Yuntaa

Yuntaa

With Yuntaa, You can manage all your files online, just like you would on your desktop! They automatically recognise all your file types and categorize them for you. Files, Photos, Videos, Audios, access them all with a single click.

ADrive 

ADrive

ADrive offers complete and secure solutions to store, backup, share, access, and edit files from virtually anywhere, at any time. ADrive serves as an online, centralized vault for all important file types including: music, videos, photos, documents, and more.

zSHARE 

zSHARE

With zSHARE you can upload files, images, videos, audio and flash for free. Simply use the upload form below and start sharing. You can also use zSHARE as your personal file storage to backup your data and protect your files.

Orbitfiles

Orbitfiles

At Orbitfiles, there is plenty of space to store videos, photos or any other type of file safely & easily. This will also help you to send large files to your friends fast & securely, never email them again.





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Comments

I’m a huge fan of DropBox getdropbox.com

how did you forget Dropbox?? Thats probably the best one out there and Box.net

Really poor article

I would suggest using https://spideroak.com

Secure, 2GB Free, Multi-platform client for windows, mac and linux and includes backup and sync as well as webshare.

Just to clarify: Skydrive provides 25GB space for free (in which, Upload size per file is max. 50 MB), not just 5 GB..

Very interesting sites! DivShare is a good suggestion. Though it has a limit to the size of the file that can be downloaded by one account. Thanks for sharing them. :)

What, no dropbox..
That the essential filesharing app.. ;)

You missed DigitalBucket http://www.digitalbucket.net ! Feature rich

I’m really surprised that dropbox isn’t there.
Just an idea – one could use a web OS to store and share files. Like iCloud has 50GB of free storage.

This is pretty sweet. I never knew about most of these

I’ve been looking into these kinds of sites recently and I really love DropBox. http://getdropbox.com/

Thanks for the list!

Maybe you could shed some light for me… I’m not sure why TrueShare gets left off of almost every list created. We’ve been in business since ‘06 as TrueShare and as EasyFTP for three years prior. 256 bit encryption, customization and integration, send-a-link, direct link, photoshare, auto trans, TS Explorer, desktop drop box, reporting, no advertisement, no spam, UNLIMITED USERS, support that answers the phone, etc.

Please review and consider in future lists! Our free seven day trial is not restricted in any way, no CC required, no strings! If you would like an extended trial to evaluate further please call TrueShare.com at 877-700-4999 ext. 110

Thanks for consideration!
Mitch

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I have been using dropbox for almost a year, and I have found it awesome.
Please do consider dropbox as well in your list.

I also like Dropbox. Recently I found out how to get 2.25GB for free instead of just 2GB. When you sign-up use a ref link such as this one https://www.getdropbox.com/referrals/NTY5NDQzOQ

Good article. We recently launched a similar service called FileShare HQ (http://www.filesharehq.com). It’s key feature is working with the pro workflow, allowing uploads from the web app AND FTP, great for photogs, film makers and the like.
1GB storage is free forever.

Hope you can feature it one day – drop me a note for more info!
Dan

Thank you admin for post.

I like and use DriveHQ Online Backup Service.
Reasons:
Integrated with Windows file manager.
Reliable and stable software.(Windows only)
Realtime or scheduled backup.
Backup of files in use.
Backup Folders or individual files.
Retention of file versions as changes are made.
Reasonably priced.
1 Gig free.
The Company is focussed on quality.
I believe their product is underrated. Probably one of the very best services available.
See my website for discussions and recommendations on this subject.

For general file sharing, I use Dropbox. Another instance which I find file sharing is necessary is my invoices, where I would rather automatically share my read-only invoices with my accountant so she can easily track new business coming into me. So much easier than transferring files on a continuous basis, which is what I used to do with my desktop program.

I use Billing Boss from Sage Software (http://www.billingboss.com), a free online invoicing tool. I use it to create, send, and track unlimited invoices and payments for unlimited customers currently. I run my own business (and am a contractor for Sage). So helpful!

Please note: This author has been compensated by Sage.

Personally I use 4shared and they give out 15 GB of free space. The service is awesome, don’t think I’ll switch to anything else.

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