MediaFire is a file hosting, file synchronization, and file sharing app, it’s cloud storage service based on Shenandoah, Texas, United States. Mediafire is founded in June 2006 by Derek labian and Tom Langridge. MediaFire is the file-sharing app that helps you to upload all your files like photos, videos, music, documents and access them from anywhere with the help of your devices like phone, tablet, computer or the web.
Transfer documents and organizers from other android applications by utilizing the android “offer to” alternative and choosing “MediaFire”. This will transfer the document or envelope straightforwardly into your MediaFire account. In the MediaFire account, all your files will be safe, no matter what happens to your android device. It provides 12 GB of space free and you can also earn up 50 GB of free space. It also helps to create and manage all folders of your files. With the help of this, you get automatically backup all your photos, videos, etc. You can easily share files on the go via email, SMS, Facebook, Twitter, other Android apps, or copy and paste links. You can quickly search all your files and folders. Keep all your significant records readily available. The updated version of this app is 4.2.2 which is published on 2017-11-01. Mediafire is compatible for all devices but the minimum requirement of this app is Android 4.1+.
- Using this app, automatically sync your music and videos to the cloud.
- Instantaneously we recover the deleted data.
- With the help of this app, we can share and collaborate the files with our friends.
- We can easily share large files and folders.
- It also helps to sync files selectively to your desktop from the cloud.
- With the help of this, we get uploaded files from anywhere with “Share to MediaFire”.
We can easily search all files and folders.
- We also can view the docs, spreadsheets, presentations, video and listen to the audio.
The latest version of this app is 4.2.2 which is updated on this 2017-11-01.