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June 26, 2010

Transfer Large Files On Internet Using

Filed under: Online Tools — Tags: — Kabir @ 11:00 am

If you have problems transferring large files to your friends or colleagues, then has the key of the solution. It’s the easiest way to transfer your files over net, what more? you can transfer files as large as 2 GB. Well, there are other various sites which offer similar services, but they are normally off-target by prompting the user to upgrade to “Premium Membership” or advertisement banners. At WeTransfer, the user would’nt face any such nuisance.

Since the web site is free to use and there are no banner advertisements, where does the revenue come from? The answer is in the pretty pictures you see in the background. This is known as selling Wallpapers. Since the user interface is minimal that leaves a whole lot of space for putting up sponsors’ wallpapers. Great concept and very easy to use.

Our Rating: 4/5 |

Key Features

  • Free to use
  • No sign-ups required
  • No registrations
  • Transfer files as large as 2 GB
  • Files are kept in their database for as long as two weeks, after which it gets automatically deleted
  • The user can send files to as many as twenty other people per transfer
  • No banner advertisements or prompting for upgradation
  • Facility of e-mail receipt, as soon as the receiver downloads file

About, as the name suggests is a new web site mainly used for transfer of large sizes. Files as large as 2 GB can be easily transferred (depending on the internet connection speed). There is also a facility of e-mail receipt to the sender as soon as the receiver downloads the file sent.

How is WeTransfer useful?

WeTransfer is a free to use web site which requires no registrations or sign-ups. What more? there are no useless banner advertisements and no prompts for upgradation to premium membership. It’s fast and easy to use.

1 Comment »

  1. I’m truly glad this site has been created for our easy transfer of large files to our colleagues. More power!

    Comment by Leida F. Enjaynes — June 6, 2011 @ 6:11 pm

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