FileSnack: Upload & Share Files Without The Distractions

Many file-sharing websites extensively use deceptive ads and tiered download speed rates. Unlike them, FileSnack is a web app designed to get past these distractions and offer people what they really want – downloads. The app skips the usual song-and-dance and goes straight to the files, and to sweeten the deal, the entire website is quite pleasing to the eye.

FileSnack works very simply, for all you have to do is literally drag your desired file from your desktop or folder and onto the browser’s screen. The app then shifts gears and provides a download link along with options to post it to your Facebook wall, tweet it, or email it. When it comes to the end product, there are absolutely no speed tiers whatsoever.

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One qualm users may have with FileSnack is its “no registration” claim. Technically, this is true – you do not have to register with the app. However, if you choose not to register (which would be, by definition, giving them your personal information in order to create an account), you must log in with one of your social media accounts. This seemed a bit misleading, but it was only because of the wording. You have to sign up for an account, but you do not have to register for one.

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You can upload 2.5 GB worth of files that never expire with a free FileSnack account. Furthermore, there are no ads that will ever get in the way, and you can access your uploaded files at any time. However, there are premium options to upgrade: $14/mo for 25 GB and $30/mo for 50 GB.

Features:

  • Ad-free file sharing.
  • Social media and linked file sharing.
  • 2.5 GB of storage for free.
  • Files never expire.

Try out FileSnack now right here.

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It looks good, but it seems like dropbox and opendrive are the only free options that allow “hotlinking” i.e. links ending with the file extension (.jpg, .pdf etc)