Wikisend Alternatives

    Wikisend is described as '- free file sharing service with 100MB file size limit - no registration required, you are ready to go - time to live for each upload: 1-90 days (default is 7*) - properties can be set for the file before each upload - friendly name and description can be added - option' and is an website in the File Sharing category. There are more than 25 alternatives to Wikisend, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, SaaS and Android. The best alternative is Send Anywhere, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to Wikisend are WeTransfer (Freemium), FileTransfer.io (Freemium), Tresorit Send (Free) and Pixeldrain (Free).

    This page was last updated Jun 27, 2021

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      MASV is a pay-as-you-go file transfer tool that can send files lightening fast up to 1 Gbps just using your browser. No file size limits and a free trial of 400 GB for 14 days.
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      share-file.alloblak is a free file sharing and storage platform. You can store and share data of all types. There is no limit and everything is free.
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    1. SendBig a Free file sharing website, with no limit on the size of the transfer up to 30gb or on the quantity shared (unlimited transfers). Send or share big files or videos online. All the PRO features are available for Free to registered users.
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    2. MiDrive Transfer allows you send large files (up to 10GB) to anyone for free. Features include: Multiple file transfer (max 100), password protection, multiple email recipients, direct download link, direct file transfer to Google drive and Dropbox account, 30 days expiry.
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      TMPSend is a website where you can upload and distribute large file free, each uploaded file gets its own unique link that you can share and download as many times as you want. Each file uploaded is securely deleted after 7 days.


    3. KwiqFlick solves the issues surrounding file transfer, where files have to be uploaded every time you want to send something. There is nothing more frustrating than having to go through the process again when you need to send the file again.
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