In case you haven’t noticed, file size is something that rarely matters anymore. Huge hard drives come standard in PCs now and so files can be immense and no one blinks an eye. That’s true unless you need to share them online. Email always has a file size limit as well as social sharing sites. So how can you send a very large file to someone? SendSpace is a convenient, user friendly option.
SendSpace is an online resource for sending, receiving and tracking large files. SendSpace has one of the largest file size limits available on the web at 300MB per file. The interface uses a convenient drag-and-drop method for uploading files with standard browse and click method still available for those who prefer it. Users upload the file, add a recipient’s and sender’s email address and off it goes.
Multiple file sending is allowed and senders can add a short description so that recipient’s have an idea of what the file is. Users who do a lot of file sending/receiving may find the option to create an account for managing and uploading multiple files worthwhile. SendSpace also provides a wizard which is compatible on Linux, Mac and Windows. The wizard is mostly for convenience and has the added benefit of continuing broken downloads.
SendSpace has an app available for both Android and iPhone platforms for added availability in a mobile environment. SendSpace has a variety of plans for those who do a lot of sending and receiving of large files. Plans start as low as $6.99 a month for 20GB all the way up to 13TB a year at $549.99. If you have large videos or other file types that need to be shared, then definitely check out SendSpace.
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