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Newly launched online file storage, sharing and backup service. ADrive lets you upload, organize and share (optional) up to 50 GB of data (music, video, photos, documents, etc.) in one place.

ADrive: Free Online Storage and Sharing

Feature Overview

  • Store, share and manage up to 50 GB of files online.
  • Organize files into folders and share folders with others.
  • No limitation on single file size (this is my assumption as there is no info that would suggest otherwise).
  • File Manager: Move files between folders, rename folders/files, delete files, etc.
  • Download stored files back to PC.
  • Coming soon: Premium accounts with even more options.

Check out Adrive @ www.adrive.com

  1. curt bennett
    February 1, 2010 at 3:19 pm

    I have been using ADrive for over 6 months now, and am very pleased thus far. I have never had any issues that required support nor have I had any reasons that made me want to try someone else.
    I would have like to have Desktop client for free account as well as the ability to upload larger file sizes so that storing movies, games, backups was not nerve wrackingly annoying. But, for stuff like music, documents, pictures and program backups, I think it is one of the best.
    My next project will be to try out ParaScale with 4tb of free storage in Cloud. I signed up for it awhile back and forgot about it until a rep called me this morning and asked if I was having any issues they could assist me with since I seemed to not be using their service. I was a bit skeptical when they called, but after thinking about it, it was great. That meant that they have actual real service people to assist you and he was able to answer alot of my questions about how cloud works and what it can do.
    From what I learned during our conversation, ParaScale is the shiznit!!

  2. Darci Hansbrough
    February 22, 2009 at 3:54 am

    Nice theme - did you build it?

  3. Jason
    January 14, 2009 at 2:26 pm

    That is disappointing they can only do files up to 2GB in size. I would have to use them and another site to truly backup my hard-drive. Instead of that, I just use myotherdrive.com - unlimited file size, encryption, automation, sharing - they have it all.

  4. _Will_
    February 28, 2008 at 11:26 am

    I love the 50GB free storage and ADrive is very convenient for me to share large files among my classmates.

  5. crock
    February 19, 2008 at 9:09 pm

    great website
    so much easier than flash drives and other ways of transferring data + ITS FREE

  6. Charlie Arehart
    November 28, 2007 at 11:12 am

    Hmm. Their site lists SSL and encryption of the data as both "coming soon". So that means, for now, that the data one sends up there is open both on transmission and as stored. Kind of interesting to think that services like this are springing up, and do seem so compelling, yet if people upload personal data there, they need to be quite trusting of the vendors (and their eimployees). I know some swear by these kind of services, and they do have their value, but people should always look for security as a first consideration, unless they know that what they're sharing is entirely uninteresting to prying eyes.

    Still, as always, thanks MUO folks. Your site is AWESOME and I tell people about it all the time--in fact blogged about it recently.

  7. w_boodle
    November 26, 2007 at 11:44 am

    2 GB is the maximum file size you can upload at one time.

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