Digital Pigeon: Send Large Files Online Through Your Browser or Desktop

MOin 23-09-2012

Sending large files over the Internet has always been a problem. A bunch of websites claim to have solved the problem but you still often experience slow upload speeds, download speeds, or low file size limits. One such web service that lives up to its word is Digital Pigeon.


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Digital Pigeon is a web service that lets users transfer large files over the Internet. The site lets you upload a file and then it notifies the file’s recipients via email when the file’s upload is complete and it is available for download.

You start by creating an account on the website. The free account lets you upload 500 MB of files for 3 recipients; premium accounts begin from $10 monthly and give you more storage and recipients per upload. The app also offers a desktop Mac app and a smartphone iOS application for better accessibility.




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  1. Dave
    January 14, 2013 at 7:55 pm

    I've tried numerous incarnations of these sorts of services and they all do much the same thing, using the same methods. However, the one I've been sticking with recently is "WeTransfer".
    Their free limit is a massive 2GB (which I believe is the largest offered from ANY of these types of services) and multiple files can be uploaded. They are automatically zipped for the download.