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Do you have an interesting paper on modern trends that you want to share with your friends? Or perhaps there is a cool song that you want everybody to check out? Whether the file is a document, an audio file, a video, or anything else – if it is interesting, you will want to share it with your friends.

One way to go about this is to upload the file to an online file host and then share the download URL with everybody in your online social network circles. But this kind of sharing, apart from being inconvenient, has become too common and your friends on the social network might not consider your share worth checking out.

Here to offer you a new and fun way to share any type of file on Facebook is a web service called Dropify.

sharing file with friends on social network

Dropify is a user-friendly web service that helps you upload any type of file online and then share it with your friends. You start using the web service by connecting your Facebook account to it. Next, you simply drag the file and drop it into the online interface of Dropify. The file properties editing page loads up and you can enter the title, description, and category of the file.



You can also specify the license of the file. A preview of how the share will look on Facebook is shown on the same page. With everything set, you can click on the “Publish” button and the file will be shared with all your friends.

The site offers a free account that provides you with 3 ‘drops’ and a limit of 25 MB per file. Premium accounts start from $9 per month and offer more drops and bigger file sizes.


  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Lets you upload and share files with friends.
  • Directly shares files to Facebook.
  • Lets you share any type of file.
  • Lets you add description and category with files.
  • Lets you specify license with each file.

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  1. David Moreira
    May 21, 2013 at 8:46 am

    So Dropify has nothing to do with Dropbox?