Cloudswave Score for MediaFire
Rating based on 11 Critic Reviews
Stacy Fisher, on About.com
My first impression of MediaFire is positive, and not only because of its free 50 GB. I appreciate how easy it is to upload files. I’ve used MediaFire for a long time, but just to download files from others. Only recently have I started using it as online storage, and I’m not surprised how simple and intuitive the web and desktop apps are.
Mirko Zorz, on Net Security
MediaFire is a well-rounded service that has quickly become part of my daily workflow. It comes with an effective web interface, a feature-rich iOS application and responsive support team. No wonder they have 150 million users, I estimate they'll get many more if they continue improving.
Mihai Andrici, on Cloudwards
Media fires offers easy-to-use cloud storage with competitive pricing, but it's better for individuals and small businesses rather than enterprises. The current lack of mobile apps is also disappointing.
Dave LeClair, on MakeUseOf
The business of storing files in the cloud is competitive, and MediaFire is looking to take a chunk of the business from DropBox and Google with a huge update that brings a brand new interface and a focus on collaboration. This should come in handy for many users
Clinton Stark, on Stark Insider
Overall MediaFire is definitely worth considering for your cloud storage needs, even if just for that 50GB carrot. Lack of file and folder syncing and collaboration features will make it a non-starter for many. And the lack of auto uploads means it won’t be replacing Dropbox for me anytime soon. Still, if you’re not already deeply committed to Box, Drive, Skydrive or Dropbox there’s enough here to warrant a look. Plus — did I already mention?! — that’s 50GB of yours for the taking.
Rick Broida, on Cnet
For starters, MediaFire doesn't do file or folder syncing like Dropbox and its ilk. You can upload stuff via its Web interface, or install the Mediafire express desktop utility (available for Windows, Mac, and Linux). But both of these options merely enable drag-and-drop uploading, not syncingIn other words, it's 50GB of free storage, no strings attached. It might not be ideal for everything, but I'm sure you'll find it useful for some things.
Pete Zaborszky, on Best Backups
File sharing is the vanguard of MediaFire and after revamping, they are really playing up the main strength. With MediaFire, file sharing becomes drop dead easy and simple. You don’t need to worry about a lot of things, and you also get enormous storage space out of the box. And Personal plan is ridiculously affordable at $18 a year, where you get many other features. If you are looking for an online backup solution provider, look elsewhere. But if you want a solid file sharing provider without breaking your bank and go through complicated setups, MediaFire will be right at home for you.
William Van Winkle, on Tom's Guide
How well MediaFire fits into your storage needs will depend a lot on your everyday usage. If you don’t care about productivity apps or one-click backup protection, MediaFire’s unlimited uploads and downloads at top speed with a slick UI may be exactly what you’re looking for.
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