File Transfer Startup commercializes Email Attachments
2GB free space is enough to send huge files anywhere around the globe. Amsterdam-based Startup called ‘WeTransfer’ offers the trouble-free way to send attachments or share files via link.
Cloud storage is broadly used as a platform to share files. Google Drive offers maximum 15GB free space on a single Gmail account. Users can upload files on the drive and then share it through a link. But, there are some limitations in using this platform. A user requires Gmail account to use the service. To ease the process, a Startup unveiled something unique, but impressively simple.
“WeTransfer” commercialized Email Attachments through a viable platform. Located in Amsterdam, the startup provides an online platform to send large files through URL. Users can share files by uploading it on WeTransfers and email it through the website. Other than this, WeTransfer also generates a direct download link. It saves time by removing the process to login into an email account and upload attachments.
WeTransfer can directly mail the link to the receiver. The receiver will get a link in the email that redirects to a web page for downloading. Files with size upto 2GB can be uploaded on the free account. Users can opt for paid solution to get upto 20GB. Additional services offered by the startup are custom sub-domain, password protection and retrieving uploaded files to resend it anytime. Till now, it had raised $25Million in one round last year in February.
- WeTransfer is a file transfer startup based in Amsterdam.
- WeTransfer offers simple file transfer platform to send files upto 2GB.
- Users can email files through WeTransfer’s site to any email with additional features like password lock and custom sub-domain.