The top 5 ways to transfer and share files in 2020

1. Flip-Transfer

A quick and easy way to transfer up to 50 files (each less than 250 MB) at a time offers the Flip Transfer website for free and without any registration. Just visit the website or use the Flip Transfer App, drag and drop some files, and access / download them on a different device using a unique FLIP-ID.

If you just want to move some files quickly and easily, this is the right service for you.

Visit this Website under www.flip-transfer.com

2. Google Drive

This web service offers you a cloud storage with a free storage size of 15 GB. It requires you to create an account. Then you can upload your files to this cloud storage and log in on another device using this account, and then download your files again.

This service is great for longer-term file storage. However, it limits your storage capacity and requires registration.

Visit this Website under www.drive.google.com

3. Gofile

This website allows you to upload files easily, quickly and without registration. An advantage is that this site does not limit you in file size or number of files. To enable you to download the files again, the website provides you with a download link.
The website promises not to use cookies (although cookies are used for tracking, probably for analytics purposes).

I found the site a bit confusing and another difficulty was remembering the download link so I could download my files again on another device.

Visit this Website under www.gofile.io

4. Firefox Send

The web browser developer Mozilla offers a similar service to Gofile. The website Firefox Send allows you to transfer files up to 1 GB for free. Again, a download link is provided for you. As with Gofile, the download link disturbs me here too. It's hard to remember it and then enter it on another device.

This service is especially suitable for you if you want to transfer confidential files. This service uses end-to-end encryption for secure transmission.

Visit this Website under www.send.firefox.com

5. E-Mail

The most common way to transfer files is still to attach files to e-mails. However, this method is not suitable very often, because some providers limit the file size. With me the problem occurred that I had no email account on my other device. This option should only be used in exceptional cases and is not recommended by me.