What users are saying about
Likelihood to Recommend
MediaFire is suitable for individual users that want to store and maybe share files. It has a good initial space in the free version that can be enough for most users. The same applies for small teams that want to store documents (text, presentations) and share it between members (FileDrop features can help increase collaboration and productivity). If you have a big team or want to store big files you have to upgrade to the business or pro version (the price is interesting).
Feature Rating Comparison
User and role management
- FileDrop feature. This is an amazing functionality that increases collaboration among our team. People can drop files in a specific folder related to a project and we can keep it organized.
- Mobile Apps for Android and iOS. The apps works pretty well and you can carry your files everywhere.
- Regular and Instant Uploads - MediaFire checks for the exact same file in the cloud. If it finds it, the upload will be instant. Otherwise, it proceeds with regular upload.
- Multiple Upload Types - Basic, Flash and HTML5
- Some hiccups in the MediaFire folder sync between my computer and the web.
- Have faced some down/uploading data rate fluctuations.
Engineer in Information TechnologyNon-Profit Organization Management Company, 501-1000 employees
Return on Investment
- It has allowed me to easily share files with clients and friends
- No computer client does make things a little slower/more complicated to upload to the cloud
- Allows me to easily work on a project with someone else and recover a previous file in case of mistakes
IT Support Specialist
LoenbroInformation Technology and Services, 1-10 employees
Premium Consulting/Integration Services—
Entry-level set up fee?