MediaFire is offering 50GB storage for free

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There are several players in the file storage market. Some of the most well known players are Microsoft (SkyDrive), Apple (iCloud), Google (Drive), Dropbox, and Box. However, there is another company that is offering a major incentive to use their services. MediaFire has launched a new application that makes it easier to store files in the cloud called MediaFire Desktop.
MediaFire is now offering 50GB of free cloud storage. Dropbox offers only 2GB of free space, but you can get bumped up to as high as 16GB through referrals.
Some of the features built into MediaFire Desktop includes automatic file sync, social sharing, an activity feed, and screenshot capturing. MediaFire is offering automatic audio and video transcoding and streaming support for over 200 file formats.
[Source: TNW]

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  1. Eric says:

    I love DropBox and have used it for years both personally and in a business environment. The biggest challenge that they face is they provide a service that is easily replicated by any number of companies, including powerful ones like Google , Amazon and Microsoft. The services are a dime a dozen right now and they way I see it, there are two things that can set a company apart: 1) tight integration with multiple platforms and 2) lots of storage space. Dropbox is doing a great job on the integration front. It couldn’t be much easier to use, whether on a Mac, PC, or cellphone. But right now, they are getting pressure on the storage space issue. I keep getting emails that Norton wants to give me 50GB and Google wants to give me 100 MB. So right now I am making the switch to a product by Barracuda called Copy. They start you out with 20GB of space (more than I have on DropBox after years) and with referrals of 5GB a pop it can go quickly from there. Check it out at https://copy.com?r=BlX7tm.

  2. James says:

    Copy.com has been offering 15gb of free storage on signup right now. With an extra 5gb using this link:
    https://copy.com?r=yGI0Xb
    It’s not a surprise that other companies are following suit. I’ve been looking for a free alternative to store photo backups for a while now and this is actually inciting.

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