TransferBigFiles.com relaunched a new version of their site with the ability to send files up to 20 gigabyte in size through the web for free and anonymously-this equals to about 10 hours of high-definition video. While most sites limit free transfers to just 100 megabytes, TransferBigFiles.com is now 200 times larger. “This is unprecedented,” said Hamid Shojaee, CEO of Axosoft (parent company to TransferBigFiles.com). “This technology wasn’t even possible until recent improvements in browsers and HTML5 and we are the first to do such a thing.”
From videographers, photographers, graphic designers to architects and the mom who wants to send hours of video of their child’s milestone moments, TransferBigFiles.com makes large transfer files possible.
“What we’ve done with this release of TransferBigFiles.com is that we’ve completely taken file size out of the equation,” said Shojaee. “If you want to share a file with someone, or simply want to manage your files in the cloud, TransferBigFiles.com can handle it for you.”
The free service will continue to offer features such as cloud storage and file management, password protection of files, transfer management and image galleries while significantly simplifying the user-interface to a drag-and-drop box. If you have a file to share, simply drag your file over to the box located on the site and the transfer begins.
“With this release, we’ve removed the complexity and clutter out of the user-interface. File size is no longer an issue and the advanced features are easily discoverable,” said Shojaee.
TransferBigFiles.com continues to lower the barrier to entry by offering low cost subscriptions for an increased cloud-storage size. For $5 a month individuals and business can utilize a 100GB of storage space and take advantage of the extended functionality such as no expiration date on the file transfer, larger storage space and higher download limits. These plans can be viewed at www.transferbigfiles.com/plans.
TransferBigFiles.com currently has over 750,000 subscribers and its users have transferred over 10 million files. Shojaee expects this service to reach to 1 million subscribers within the next few months – possibly days as a result of their new launch.
You can try the free file transfer service by visiting TransferBigFiles.com.
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