Windows has perfect cloud integration, with Microsoft’s OneDrive you can easily upload files from your phone directly to the cloud in order to have them on all of your devices. Though there are some down sides like for example that the OneDrive desktop app is downloading all files which you have set to be synced. There’s is also no Desktop app which allows you to upload files to the cloud which you do not want to be stored locally on your PC, tablet or phone. Then there also a couple of competitors like Dropbox for example which do have Windows support and are working with the same scheme.
With the Mediafire universal app for Windows there has landed another competitor for OneDrive and Co in the Windows app store. If you want to sign up for a subscription of Mediafire you are getting 10GB for free with ad-supported downloads. If you decide to invest some money in your cloud solution you are getting 1000GB – 1TB for $3.79 a month. If you decide for yourself, that 1TB of cloud storage may be not enough you can also go professional and choose the Business plan. this plan brings up to 100TB for you and will cost you $39.99 per month. 100TB might be too much for most of you but the Pro plan with 1TB doesn’t sound too bad.
If you have all your IT devices on Windows, Mediafire might be just the right alternative if you do not want to use OneDrive for whatever reason. However, I can not say anything about upload speed and server stability of Mediafire so it might be the best to start with the Basic plan which is for free and ad-supported in order to test Mediafire. Below you can have a look at how Mediafire would look like on your phone.
If you have decided to give Mediafire a try, head over to the Windows App Store where you can download the app for free. Currently the service is available for mobile and desktop versions of Windows 10. Drop me a comment below with your experience you have made with Mediafire and stay tuned for more Microsoft related news.
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