Every month, more than 100 million people use MediaFire.
MediaFire is a cloud storage service that helps people store, organize, and share data via the Internet. MediaFire offers free and secure cloud storage so users can store and share data with their customers, colleagues, friends, and family. MediaFire’s Professional and Business plans offer users additional functionality, like company branding tools, analytics, and multi-seat employee accounts.
MediaFire was founded in August 2006 by a group of website enthusiasts and entrepreneurs from the San Francisco Bay Area who were frustrated by the troublesome process of sharing large files over e-mail and FTP. They created MediaFire to provide the world with the simplest file hosting service for sharing files and images over the internet and launched the first version in October of 2006.
MediaFire is now one of the fastest growing sites on the web with greater than 100% yearly growth. We are still the only file sharing site to offer unlimited downloads, unlimited uploads, download resuming, zero wait times, and more, all for free. With the constant addition of new features and our attention to user feedback, MediaFire remains the leader in online storage.
We are based in the beautiful, tree-laden community of The Woodlands, Texas, just north of Houston. Despite the tantalizing distraction of fine restaurants, entertainment venues, and some of the best shopping in the city, we still manage to keep ourselves in the office (most of the time), hammering away at many new and exciting projects. We are a group of dedicated web and desktop software developers, and our goal each day is to continue to improve your online file sharing experience. We hope you like MediaFire as much as we do, and, of course, we always welcome your suggestions to make it even better.
What Others Are Saying:
MediaFire’s focus on simplicity, adding new features, and improvement driven by user feedback has earned us recognition from some of the biggest names on the web:
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