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Fyels Offers Unlimited Drag and Drop Public File Sharing

If you’re looking for a simple way to publicly share files, Fyel offers free and unlimited file sharing with an easy drag and drop interface.

Without signing up for an account you can load up to 9GB of files in Fyels free public repository. If you sign in using your Twitter or Facebook account login to authenticate yourself, you can enjoy unlimited uploading. Keep in mind the service is designed for file sharing, not for private storage. Hit up the link below to try it out.

Fyels [via Addictive Tips]

Jason Fitzpatrick is a warranty-voiding DIYer who spends his days cracking opening cases and wrestling with code so you don't have to. If it can be modded, optimized, repurposed, or torn apart for fun he's interested (and probably already at the workbench taking it apart). You can follow him on if you'd like.

  • Published 06/10/11

Comments (9)

  1. dima

    not working for me, when I drag and drop a file, it gets stuck uploading on 13.2%. I’m using Firefox 4

  2. KeithK

    So, can I encrypt it with truecrypt and use it as my (private) public storage locker?

  3. trinity343

    there isn’t a facebook login…only twitter…

  4. Charles Farley

    Their website says they don’t support my browser – get with the times dude. I use IE and like it, and there’s a lot of us around. They may be impertinent to customers in the USA and get away with it but we have a few more manners here in the UK. I certainly won’t be using them.

  5. markiz

    using it for a week now, after i made a chrome app shortcut. sleek, minimal interface, works great. i highly recommend it because since it’s a web app, it uses no resources, like other desktop app services when idle.

  6. Synthetic Tone

    LOL… Charles F “Their website says they don’t support my browser – get with the times dude. I use IE and like it, and there’s a lot of us around.”

    If you are using IE, you need “get with the times dude” as IE has been and will constantly a thorn in web development. So many better offerings out now. Also, in “these times” most of us have several browsers installed to handle different web browsing needs.

  7. oscar

    No offense but IE sucks. i know all browsers have side effects but if we had a vote on wich browser should leave. IE would be gone for sure

  8. Stew Katz

    I’m hanging at 13.2% uploading also… any one have any clues?

  9. repat

    stuck with 13.2%, ubuntu 9.10 with firefox 5.0

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