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Email attachments are still be the best way to move small files around the Internet, but it's extremely limiting when it comes to file size. Until recently, the quickest and easiest options for transferring large files have been services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, etc. But to use Dropbox there are many steps involve. Also other services like RapidShare or MegaUpload, but both services have relatively low file size and usage limits for free users.

Below you will find a decent list of extra simple file-sharing services. These services are easy to use, no clients and no interfaces to learn. Simply upload your file, get a link, and share it. Sounds simple enough? It is!


Wetransfer :

Wetransfer is completely free for everyone, allows transfers of up to 2GB of data to up to 20 people, and holds the data for 14 days. There is no registration, no usernames, no premium version -- it's all built for simplicity and ease of use. All you need is an email address and the file you want to share. You also need email addresses of all the people you want to share the file with.

The greatest limitation of WeTransfer is that all files are inaccessible two weeks after they are uploaded. You also have no control of the file after you’ve uploaded it. For instance you cannot delete the file or move it.









Hightail

Hightail - formerly YouSendIt - is a cloud service that lets users send, receive, digitally sign and synchronize files. YouSendIt.com and YouSendIt Inc. were founded in 2004 and was one of the first companies that offers send files that were too large for email; the company renamed itself Hightail in 2013.

Hightail is available for free in Lite version in which you can store file sizes up to 2 GB. However, you cannot share files larger than 50MB unless you have a paying option which is the biggest drawback for sure.

Hightail also provide Mobile and Desktop app access.


Dropsend:

DropSend let you send large files in a fast, hassle-free way. You have to just sign up for the Free plan and it's free forever.

DropSend offers to send files up to 1 gigabyte for free (the same limit applies to their paid accounts). DropSend allows only five file transfers per month, and 250MB of permanent online storage. The limit of five transfers does not apply to uploads to the permanent storage.








TransferBigFiles:

TransferBigFiles is the easiest way to send and receive files.

TransferBigFiles makes it easy to deliver larger files (up to 1000 MB) to email recipients, and the files can even be protected with a password, and you can get notified when they are downloaded. Also it supports multiple files and multiple recipients per email. Files are available to be downloaded for only five days. You can send file by simply drag and drop in windows. And doesn’t need to register to send files for free.

Easy and quickest ways to send large file using Internet

May. 13, 2014 / Posted By - Kiran Patil