Have all your Files in your Pocket with MediaFire

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MediaFire can be considered the ideal Cloud storage for files and I am not the only one saying it. However, there’s a catch in that as I am only talking about small files – that is something that you should understand right from the start. Is this exactly what you were looking for? Then, keep on reading and there are big chances to have found the solution you were dreaming of for such a long time!

MediaFire gives you the possibility to easily upload all your files – such as your photos, videos, music, as well as documents – and access them from anywhere with your Android device.

At the beginning, you get no less than 12 GB storage and I bet that you won’t have any problems in using them. However, if this might not be enough, then you can expand via earning referrals or by paying $2.50 every single month for 100 GB. Like that, you will always have your important files with you, you will never forget your work at home or be unprepared (as it probably happens now so many times). Even more, keep in mind that in the free version, you can upload files of maximum 200 MB, but in the paid one, there is no such limit to worry about.

The fact that you can share from anywhere is another major advantage that MediaFire provides to its users. To be more precise, you can easily share through email, link, or social network and even better, let me remind you the fact that there are unlimited downloads. Just the sound of “unlimited” is great, so why not giving it a try?

However, you may find its menu a little bit confusing at first, but give it a little bit of time to adjust to it. Do that and you will have your photos, files, work docs, spreadsheets, presentations, and even your homework literally in your pocket, ready for you to view or share anytime.

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Radu Nicolae

Rdz works as an editor here at Android Flagship and when he's not at work, he enjoys doing whatever he does. He's a good guy but we still have no idea how he got here!