Call us crazy, but we’d like to point out five really nice services for social file sharing (or storing files in the cloud with the option of sharing). A little competition is a good thing and a lot of competition is a sign that social file sharing is on its way up. So below are 5 top tools for sharing files socially.
Online file storage and more from this extremely popular service. The range of features and ability to share large files are great.
This is one of our favourite and most used file sharing sites. There’s no sign up required, you can share the link before the file has uploaded and add files after you’ve shared the link.
The undisputed champion of cloud file storage. We have never met a single person whose life hasn’t been made easier by Dropbox. The only down side is that sharing a link to a file feels a little clunky.
We haven’t used this service much but CloudApp is getting rave reviews. The easy sharing and local file integration look killer.
You didn’t think we’d leave ourselves out, did you? We’ve been described as the best way to share files on Twitter so we thought we deserved a mention. And of all the services, TwileShare is the simplest to use when it comes to sharing files on Twitter.
Let us know if there are any social file sharing apps you can’t live without.