- Are you a Gmail or other email user who has been having trouble with sending a large attachments?
- Are you running low on your cloud storage but still need to send large files over online?
- Are you worried about your file privacy?
There is a good news for you.
Mozilla Corporation, maker of the popular web browser, Firefox, is now officially introducing Firefox Send, a simple and private file sharing service. Firefox Send lets you share files with end-to-end encryption and a link that automatically expires. So you can keep what you share private, and make sure your stuffs doesn’t stay online forever.
Some of you may think, we can use Google Drive to send large attachments. So what is the new with Firefox?
Well, the issue is; after 25 MB your Gmail can’t encrypt your file. Another good reason is; each time you are sending or receiving an attachment, it eats up your free cloud storage space. With Firefox Send you don’t need to worry about your cloud storage.
Other amazing features of Firefox Send are:
- You can protect your file with password.
- Files are end-to-end encrypted which means neither Firefox, nor any other intruder can read what you are sending. In Gmail and other regular email service, they can read what you are sending. So, Firefox send is much more private than other services.
- You can determine how long the file will stay online; 5 minute, or 1 hour, or 1 day, or 1 week, or 1 download or 100 downloads. After that FireFox will automatically delete your file. So, you don’t need to worry about if your file is staying online.
Enjoy FireFox Send.
(Click Here: Firefox Send)