MediaFire is an online or cloud storage company that allows you and your organization to collaborate seamlessly. The service is available on multiple devices, such as your desktop computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone. Launched in 2006 by Derek Labian and Tom Langridge, MediaFire currently boasts 43 million registered users and over 100 million active users every month. Apart from its basic free plan, it also offers plans specifically targeted for business users.
MediaFire provides adequate space at very cheap rates and even offers 10 GB for free. It can be argued that it is not as stable as limited storage providers, and it should be noted that the unlimited bandwidth is for legitimate use, and any illegal activity will get your account banned.
MediaFire provides automatic folder syncing. Hence, any changes made on your desktop will be reflected in all other devices where you have signed up with your account. You can also choose to only sync specific folders and leave the others. A good thing about MediaFire is that you can store all your file versions. This enables you to go back to any previous version and it prevents the unnecessary creation of multiple files.
Moreover, file sharing is very easy for MediaShare users. They just have to go to a file and click the share option in the web based user interface and use the link to share it with anybody. Even non users can open the link. Also, the link can be manually shared with people or through social media channels.