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Likelihood to Recommend

MediaFire

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).
Vinicius Lima | TrustRadius Reviewer

pCloud

  • pCloud is quite suitable for most users. It does a lot well, such as file storage, being multi-platform, and decent user experience with folder organizing and moving files around.
  • Where it isn't at apt would be in workspaces to manage documents like Google Drive, and even dropbox would provide. The ability to manage google docs, sheets, etc. would be a significant plus.
  • The ability to use a workflow to store file shortcuts (don't like their star system quite as much)
Craige Hardel | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

File Sharing & Management

MediaFire
9.0
pCloud
Versioning
MediaFire
7.0
pCloud
Video files
MediaFire
9.3
pCloud
Audio files
MediaFire
9.3
pCloud
Document collaboration
MediaFire
8.8
pCloud
Access control
MediaFire
9.3
pCloud
File search
MediaFire
9.3
pCloud
Device sync
MediaFire
10.0
pCloud

Cloud Storage Security & Administration

MediaFire
9.1
pCloud
User and role management
MediaFire
9.0
pCloud
File organization
MediaFire
9.3
pCloud
Device management
MediaFire
9.0
pCloud

Cloud Storage Platform

MediaFire
9.2
pCloud
Performance
MediaFire
9.3
pCloud
Reliability
MediaFire
9.3
pCloud
Storage Reports
MediaFire
9.0
pCloud

Pros

MediaFire

  • Speed and ease to upload and download files.
  • Available for iPhone, Android, OSX, Windows, and Web.
  • Has no limit of downloads.
  • Give you a considerably large size of space within your servers.
john ritchie | TrustRadius Reviewer

pCloud

  • Syncs really fast....both upload and download
  • Is reliable....decent uptime and quite stable
Craige Hardel | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

MediaFire

  • The 10GB Overall File Storage Limit. I really don't like this and I wish it were a 10GB limit per file. But I understand Mediafire wants to have some sort of limit with the Free accounts.
Daryl Wise Jr. | TrustRadius Reviewer

pCloud

  • Offline folders (a normal sync rather than a separate folder would do)
  • Backups (ability to keep them longer and not be upsold for it)
Craige Hardel | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

MediaFire

No score
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pCloud

pCloud 6.0
Based on 1 answer
  • I'm quite as impressed with it, although their faqs cover most current and pending issues. They take around 48 hours to respond to inquiries, while platforms like Gsuite have an instant agent and multiple contact options.
  • They do attend to you, and I do understand they're trying to keep a lean team and reduce operational costs. For a frequent user who uses cloud storage for multiple things such as website databases, etc. and has clients, it could be a tad frustrating.
Craige Hardel | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

MediaFire

All of these solutions stack up pretty well but there are some differences between them. MediaFire is very easy to use and manage files and documents. With a 10 GB you can do many things and share many documents with the team or the department which is what made us decide to use it officially in our team.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

pCloud

  • pCloud makes the storage and retrieval process quite easy. With Google Drive, sure you can store lots of items, but the Linux functionality just wasn't there.
  • The same was the case with OneDrive, which I still use. However, it can be buggy and taxing on computer systems.
  • pClould is quite simple to use, flexible, and quite effective at what it does. And it's conveniently priced too.
Craige Hardel | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

MediaFire

  • 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
Kyle Farago | TrustRadius Reviewer

pCloud

  • Less stress (since I can switch computers and not be limited by hard drive space yet having access to what I need.
  • Integrating Linux into our workflow (they take the cake there, and that makes life so much easier.
Craige Hardel | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

MediaFire

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

MediaFire Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

pCloud

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional

pCloud Editions & Modules

Edition
Premium 500 GB3.99 /mo1
Premium Plus 2 TB7.99 /mo1
Premium 500 GB Lifetime$1752
Premium Plus 2 TB Lifetime$3502
  1. per installation
  2. One-time payment
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