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Instantly Send or Share Large File Collections with Anyone: Minbox

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Minbox is a new web app (dedicated app available for Macs) which allows you to send or share files of any kind and size to anyone in a fraction of the time that it would take to transfer them by other means.


Not only.


Minbox let's you also create separate collections of files that you can upload and share with anyone you want.


Uploaded files can be sent directly to anyone email, shared via a link, commented, downloaded and you can also add additional files to any existing collection at any time.


A PRO version allows you to password protect files, decide when they expire, find out where your files are being viewed and downloaded from, and more.


There are no limits to the number of files you can transfer nor to the maximum file size of each.


Extremely handy and fast file sharing service, allowing easy uploading and sharing of huge files without bombarding you with annoying ads, malware or other intrusive promotions.


Free to use.


Try it out now: https://minbox.com/


Download for Mac: http://minbox.com/download (Mac only)



Added to Best Online Collaboration Tools directory - 400+ tools picked and organized in 28 categories.





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Send Files of Any Size To Anyone with Sendly

Send Files of Any Size To Anyone with Sendly | Online Collaboration Tools | Scoop.it
Sendly. The easy way to send your big files.
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Sendly is a new free web service which allows you to send one or more files of any size to your selected recipients, bypassing all email attachment size limitations. 


When sending multiple files they are automatically zipped before being sent and you get a notification email when your recipient has downloaded your file.


Sendly acts as an intermediary temporary store and forward service, sending to your recipients a link from where they can download their file. Files are kept for 10 days on the Sendly servers.


No registration required.


Free to use.


Try it out now: http://www.sendly.net/ 



Similar tools: WeTransfer.com 




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Webgrrl's comment, January 4, 2014 8:03 AM
doesn't look like its free..anymore
Robin Good's comment, January 4, 2014 8:06 AM
Thanks for reporting it Webgrrl.
Kathleen Mirin's curator insight, January 27, 2014 12:53 AM

Appsolutely excellent tool.

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Send Unlimited Files of Any Size To Anyone Instantly with Minbox (Mac)

"Send files faster than Dropbox."

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To send large files, of any size and quantity to someone else, while having to wait to least time possible, Minbox offers a bullet-speed solution that's as fast and easy to use as it can get.


Minbox is a menu bar application (for Mac only - for now), which allows you to drag and drop as many files as you want, of any size - and to specify email addresses you want them to be delivered to. Click Send and it's done.


Minbox does not keep you waiting to upload your files and italso allows you to schedule delivery at a later time.



Free to use.


*(Pro version also available with extra security, privacy, infinite permanent storage for your files, and more.)


Download it now here: http://beta.minbox.com/Minbox.zip


More info: http://beta.minbox.com/


Presskit: http://minbox.pressdoc.com/




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Georgia Gibbs Design's comment, May 3, 2013 11:10 AM
All this goodness and a great video short. Thank you!
Robin Good's comment, May 5, 2013 2:55 PM
You're very welcome Georgia.
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Like WeTransfer X2: GetaLink Allows You To Send 4GB Files to Anyone for Free

Like WeTransfer X2: GetaLink Allows You To Send 4GB Files to Anyone for Free | Online Collaboration Tools | Scoop.it
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If you like the free large-file sending service WeTransfer, you'll probably like also GetaLink, a new web app which looks exactly like WeTransfer, but which allows you to send files up to 4GB in size.


N.B.: The files you send are stored on the server only 3 days (instead of 7 for WeTransfer) and only 1 person can download the file you have sent (20 emails for WeTransfer and unlimited downloads). 


A useful service with a familiar interface to send large files to anyone.


Free to use.


Try it out now: http://getalink.com/ 




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Gatis Šeršņevs's curator insight, February 6, 2014 2:29 PM

Ja jāpārsūta liela apjoma faili. Šī protams ir tikai viena no alternatīvām

aanve's curator insight, February 7, 2014 12:05 AM

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Send Up To 1 Terabyte for Free: P2P BitTorrent-Based File Sharing with SoShare

Send Up To 1 Terabyte for Free: P2P BitTorrent-Based File Sharing with SoShare | Online Collaboration Tools | Scoop.it

Beyond WeTransfer.


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SoShare is a free web service based on BitTorrent technology that allows you to send as many files as you want to anyone at no cost. The service allows for up to 1 TB in file size for each bundle you send. A bundle is made up by one or more files you want to share.


From GigaOM: "SoShare combines BitTorrent file transfer technology with cloud caching, making it possible for recipients to access the files even when the sender is offline."


To upload or download a file you need to install a browser plugin.


SoShare displays your file transfer progress, provides both a file deletion and a file expiration command (by default files transferred / shared via SoShare expire after 30 days), as well as social sharing buttons for any bundle sent.


Free to use.


Try it out now: https://soshareit.com/







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P2P Social File Sharing: Send Large Files To Any Fiend on Facebook with Pipe

From the official site: "As surprising as it sounds, there's currently no easy and effective way to transfer a file to a friend via Facebook. Pipe has taken a common feature of communication - attaching a file - and turned it into something simple and fun to use.


Privacy is guaranteed as it's a direct connection from one device to the other, between friends.


Pipe creates a direct, real-time connection between two devices with no intermediary server.


Pipe starts as an application on Facebook, and is then migrating to mobile devices and tablets.

  • Support for any file format, up to 1GB
  • Only the sender needs to be on Pipe
  • Invite a friend to Pipe with a simple file transfer
  • Direct connection with no intermediary server


Find out more: www.usepipe.com 

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Patty Ball's comment, May 21, 2012 4:37 PM
be careful... there are lots of "fiends on facebook