Top 5 File Sharing Websites For Larger Files

We used to transfer large data from computer to another computer by means of hard disk or a USB drive. When the two devices are not in one place we commonly use file sharing websites to getting things done. Most of the websites are very limited and almost impossible to share large file without a premium account.

These days we have vast choice of file sharing between computer to smartphone or a tablet with the help of free large file sharing websites. This article will help you to choose the best website to share your large files from computer or a smartphone and vice-versa.

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Top 5 File Sharing Websites For Larger Files

WeTransfer

WeTransfer (2GB)

WeTransfer is fast and easy to use website for instant file sharing. By just opening the site you can send file up to 2GB size, if you want more you can go for WeTransfer Pro to get size limit up to 10GB.

File Dropper

File Dropper (5GB)

File dropper service allows you to share upto 5GB size file for free. Just open the website and click on upload button select the file. After uploading the website creates a sharing link and embed code to share file on websites and forums.

DropSend

DropSend (8GB)

Using DropSend you can send file up to 8 GB size without any hassle. The service is idle for images, songs and videos. It very fast and easy to use, and also available with 256-bit AES security.

Dropjar

Dropjar (10GB)

Dropjar is another great service to share your large files to anyone. The usage of the Dropjar is pretty simple, just drag and drop the file you want to share on the Dropjar website and enter your email and recepients email and just a message. Rest of the process is done by Dropjar.

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Mega

Mega (50GB)

Mega is our favorite choice for instant large file sharing online. User can get 50 GB upon sign up, if you want more pro package brings you upto 4TB file sharing plans.

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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