MediaFire Android App Revealed: Now Offering 50GB Of Free Storage

By Prarthito Maity email: | Jan 17, 2013 09:48 AM EST

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Fans of the popular free online storage service MediaFire are in for a treat.

Per reports, the MediaFire app for Android has finally arrived and the new app, developed by the company, is offering some exciting new features with the app, let alone that it's free.

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For starters, the company is offering 50GB of free cloud-based storage that users can access from nearly anywhere, and this sounds like a pretty sweet deal for anybody who makes use of the MediaFire regularly.

Android Authority describes the new offering in the best way possible. The Web site writes: "50GB of free storage isn't cool. Do you want to know what's cool? 50GB of free storage that you can access wherever you go."

MediaFire is one most popular cloud storage solutions available currently, and while the company already offers 50GB of free cloud-based storage (and a 200MB file upload size), the only thing that was missing was an app that users based on Android could access from anywhere. Now, however, that seems to be a thing of the past.

Users, after downloading the new app, will be able to keep all their important files as close to them as possible. There is the option to view docs, spreadsheets, presentations, video, and even listen to audio, alongside the option to capture and upload pictures and videos directly in the MediaFire app.

Moreover, users can upload Android gallery images and create and manage folders of files. There is also the option to share files on the move via email, SMS, other Android apps, and with copy and paste links. The search procedure has also been hastened by the company.

"MediaFire provides a complete and easy to use service for managing your digital stuff. Whenever and wherever you go, MediaFire makes sure that your files are always with you," the official Google Play page states.

"Never be away from your important files again! With 50GB of free storage, MediaFire lets you access all your documents, photos, and videos from anywhere. Securely store, organize, and share all your data on the web and through your Android device."

As of now, features of MediaFire include 50 GB of storage and a limit of 200 MB per file. There is 250 GB of storage and 4GB of file size limit for Pro users and 1000 GB of storage and 10 GB of file size limit for Business users.

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