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    File Request Pro Alternatives

    File Request Pro is described as 'Easily receive files in your Cloud Storage. Create file request links or embeddable forms that go straight to your Google Drive or One Drive account' and is an app. There are six alternatives to File Request Pro for Online / Web-based, Chrome OS and SaaS. The best alternative is Send to my Cloud. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try dbinbox or DROPitTOme. Other great apps like File Request Pro are DriveUploader.com, Docpool and PigeonFiles.

    This page was last updated Jan 14, 2022
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    Easily receive files in your Cloud Storage. Create file request links or embeddable forms that go straight to your Google...
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    1. With Send To My Cloud, you can make a web page that lets people upload pictures, videos, PDFs, documents, proposals (and anything else you can think of) directly to your Dropbox or Google Drive.
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      dbinbox makes it easy to send files


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      Allows you to let others securely upload files to your Dropbox account. They only need to know a password. See http://jeffthomastech.com/blog/?p=7101 for a full explanation.

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      DropitTOme has closed. See https://dropitto.me/

    2. Upload component for receiving large files on your websites or in products. Comes with JavaScript API, basic iFrame embedding and webhooks. Unlimited data transfer. Free plan for basic use with ads.
    3. Receive files in your drive. It shouldn't be a hassle to get content from your clients, your friends or your students.
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      The #1 Google Drive uploader app for allowing others to upload files to your Google Drive. Create your first secure upload page for FREE in 30 seconds.
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