I am sure I am not the only one who often has to send data over the Internet . When it comes to sending smaller files, there are lots of options online. However, the troubles begin when you need to send large amounts of information.
You can only send attachments of up to 25MB via Gmail, and most free file-transfer platforms limit the maximum file size per upload to 2GB. If you want to upload and send heavier files, you will be asked to splash out a hefty sum of money on a monthly subscription.
On the one hand, it’s quite understandable. On the other hand, I don’t really need to send large files regularly. I am not a business or a freelancer, and all I do is occasionally share a program or a few videos with family and friends. In short, buying a monthly subscription to a service I will barely use simply looks like a waste of money to me.
So, what I did instead was invest time into searching for a tool that would allow me to send large files without committing to monthly payments, and I found one. It’s called FileWhopper. Here’s how it works.