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MediaFire now integrates Windows and Mac with 50GB free space


MediaFire was only web-based cloud storage provider and now it released the Windows and Mac dedicated applications to integrate with the operating system to work similar to Dropbox, Sugar Sync, Box and Google Drive.

MediaFire desktop applications released for Windows and Mac
MediaFire desktop applications released for Windows and Mac

Till today, we were only able to access MediaFire via a web browser interface and now (as announced in the official blog) you will get a dedicated folder in your Windows Explorer or Mac OS X Finder, which will sync across devices as you upload the files to it. You can also share those files from your desktop via Desktop’s Contact Management Screen, with your friends on your social media contacts on Facebook, Twitter and Gmail. Additionally, a camera icon will help you to take the screenshot and annotate while sharing to your friends.

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Best part is, your audio and video files could be directly streamed at different resolutions with more than 200 supported viewable formats.

However, the applications are still in Beta, which means there could be some bugs as well as slow performance in its initial days. You will get whopping 50GB of free space on MediaFire’s cloud, which could be utilized for massive amount of files. Still, if you want more storage space, then you have to buy their Pro and Business account for 100GB and 1TB storage respectively. Download the application for your desktop from here.

Moreover, MediaFire mobile apps for Android and iOS also available, which means you can also sync on your mobile and desktops together.


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