FileDropper : Free File Uploader. Up to 5 GB per File.

Kaly (Arslan Esengulov) 21-03-2008

FileDropper tags itself as “the simplest file hosting website ever”, and that’s excatly what it is. Using FileDropper’s file uploader you can anonymously upload and store large files indefinitely. There are many other file storage and sharing services out there, but almost all of them have a 100 MB (in some cases 1 GB) per file limit. When it comes to FileDropper this limit is raised to whopping 5 GBs. Thus you can store pretty much anything. Once your files are uploaded, you can email and share them with others. No sign up or registration required.


FileDropper features

  • Upload, store and share large files online.
  • Maximum size per file is 5 GB.
  • Upload multiple files or archived folders at the same time.
  • Share files with others via private link.
  • Email link to as many people as needed.
  • No restrictions on the max. number of download or monthly bandwidth usage.
  • Option to grab and upload file from web URL.
  • Free. No email or registration required.

Important: Before you go ahead and start sharing your files there are a couple BUTs you need to be aware of. FileDropper doesn’t allow sharing of any copyrighted material and reserves the right to cooperate with authorities in case of a crime.

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  1. Timor
    March 1, 2016 at 10:46 am

    Signed up but didn't use the service, then discovered multiple payments were taken from my bank. Have contacted FileDropper but no response. Conclusion - it's a scam. Steer well clear and don;t give them any payment details, you'll regret it!
    Timor, UK

  2. Shudo
    October 24, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    update to my previous post. dont bother using this program you can only update from my guess 100meg max files and it randomly removes them from the system so what you upload is gone in about a hour even if your in the middle of downloading it

  3. Shudo
    October 24, 2009 at 10:23 am

    the other comments are right they do not support big files on their upload the 5g limit is a joke or a lure as said above but they do not tell you as you upload. I have attempted to upload a file 3 times and get a error AFTER the 3 hours of uploading

  4. Mister Anonymous
    March 7, 2009 at 9:30 am

    Hmm, looks fine to me. The part all the way at the bottom about a 7 day trial just looks like an advertisement for a different site. You don't even have to sign up to start uploading. All you need to do is just click to add your file and start uploading directly from the main page.

  5. Theo Beelien
    February 7, 2009 at 8:42 am

    It's a big fake to lure you in, you can't upload big files. It simply doesn't work and they don't answer emails. I paid and it still not worked. KEEP AWAY because they use your personal data for other uses.

  6. Steve
    July 29, 2008 at 8:54 am

    I have been using the service since it started. While it seems to work, it does not allow files as large as 250mb as I found out. When I split the files into 60 - 70mb files they uploaded fine. So the 5Gb limit does not work for me.

    The other problem is the upload page only works on the latest OS/X 10.5 on Apple computers. It refuses to work on any browser with 10.4 software. Keep this in mind if you sign up and are not bang up to date on an Apple.

    I hope the 5gb file size problem is sorted as this was the reason I joined. There has been no feedback or information on the site itself. That page has said information 'Coming Soon' since I joined.

    Having said the above I have been using it frequently as it makes downloads simple for the people I am sending files to. No registering or pages to wade through. And it is a simple process to upload if I am on the right computer.

    ps. It has never given me the option to upload multiple files as the page above shows. I have to upload them one at a time

    Steve. England.

  7. Mark
    July 3, 2008 at 2:38 pm

    7 day trial!


  8. jack
    May 5, 2008 at 1:51 pm

    "No signup or registration required"? I just went there and had to sign-up. Also, has anyone tested the 5gb upload limit? I just tried uploading a 3gb file and it didn't work.

  9. meggiecat
    April 3, 2008 at 6:00 pm

    Checked out FileDropper today, April 3 '08. Now you have to sign up and the only free service is a 7 day trial. Too bad.

  10. Jay
    March 22, 2008 at 3:42 pm

    Thank you very much for reviewing

    Your review was great and it highlighted the simplicity of our website really well.

    I will keep you posted as we add other features to simplify image hosting as well.

    • Robert Benson
      April 1, 2016 at 3:59 pm


      I have signed up with filedropper, and it seems to work well, However,,,

      How do I find out about downloads of my files? I know this must be in a log, or something, but I don't know how to get there, Emails to filedropper are not answered.

      Will you please tell me how to find out about downloads?

      Thank you.

      Robert F. Benson

      (username: fedbens_