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MediaFire iOS 8 Native Update Brings New “Power Upload" Feature to iPad and iPhone

Posted by Jessica Fisher on November 20th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

MediaFire is a fast and easy way to backup all of your media. It's also been recently updated to include the new "Power Upload" feature - now you can upload all your photos and videos even faster than before. You can toggle the Power Upload feature on or off at you leisure.

This update also optimizes MediaFire for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and includes various bug fixes.

You can download MediaFire for free on the App Store.

Does Your iPad Need its Space? The MediaFire for iOS Update Has You Covered

Posted by Jessica Fisher on August 8th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

MediaFire, the “Native” IOS storage app, has received an update that makes storing your media a lot easier. Some of the new features include automatic camera roll backup, a built-in music player, and the ability to upload multiple photos and videos at once. MediaFire also allows users to stream music in the background now. The app received a new design to make it run faster and look cleaner. To celebrate the update, MediaFire has permanently reduced their pricing plans. Regular accounts get 50 gigs of cloud storage for free, and premium accounts will receive one terabyte of storage for pricing starting at $2.50 per month or $24.99 per year. You can download MediaFire from the App Store for free.

MediaFire is Ready to Challenge Dropbox by Releasing a New Desktop App to Go Along With its iOS App

Posted by Andrew Stevens on November 21st, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

MediaFire is set to challenge Dropbox as it will be releasing a new desktop app for Windows and OSX. It's currently in beta testing, but it's set to provide an easy way for users to upload, collaborate, and share media from their desktop and access it on their iOS device. It offers up to 50GB of free storage, though users can rent storage of 100 to 500 GB at $4.99 to $24.99 a month. The MediaFire iOS app is already available in the App Store for users to test the service.