Top 5 Free File Hosting Services for Store and Share Your Files

If you are trying to send or receive large files through email, but the most of the mail system wouldn’t allow your over sized attachment to be delivered. In these type of cases you can use online file hosting services. Some file hosting sites are really handy and make sharing data even simpler than sending a file via email. Following is the list of top 5 Free File Hosting Service Providers you can use to store and share your files.

1) File Dropper

Filedropper is  the best option for online file sharing. You need to do to upload a file is click “Upload” and select a file.  After the file is uploaded you are taken to the page where the file is hosted.  Filedropper allows users to upload up to 5GB.

File Dropper

2) Fileden

Fileden is one of the most useful file hosting services. It allowed users can upload files without an account and files up to 100MB. They also allow users to direct link to their files also giving you the oppurtunity to embed your files into your webpages, myspace and other social networking profiles.


3) File Savr

FileSavr has 10 GB upload size limit.  You don’t have to sign up. You don’t have to pay. Your file doesn’t disappear. It’s completely free and truly simple to use.

File Savr

4) FileFactory

FileFactory allows you to host files up to 300MB for free. You don’t have to register hot files. Your files can be downloaded an unlimited number of times. Filefactory contains a large amount of ads in basic account other wise you need to apply for premium service.


5) MyFreeFileHosting

MyFreeFileHosting includes the option to send an notification email to someone to tell them of the upload, tags to categorize the file, etc. You can also share direct link to file with your friends. The maximum file size allowed is 100MB.


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