There are plenty of options to share a file with someone. If it wasn’t too big, you would email them as an attachment. If it was bigger than your email attachment limit, you might consider signing up for an account with one of the multitude of online storage options but that means registering for an account, verifying that account and all that.
I like TinyLoad because of its no-frills attached, simplicity. Wherever I might be and if I needed to quicky send a large file to someone, I know where I will be going now.
- It’s free.
- No signup, no bandwidth limit and upto 300MB file size limit.
- The catch: After you upload the file you can either wait 30-45 seconds or click on an advertisement (I was asked for my zipcode in an ad) to get a download URL immediately. That’s how they make their money.
That’s it. Simple and fast way send files. There are other solutions that might work well for a lot of scenarios but for something that you want to send and forget, I haven’t come across a better solution. Have you?