I have recently discovered Minus. Minus is a simple file sharing platform that allows users to upload, publish and discover photos, docs, music, videos and more. It is similar to Dropbox however you get 10gbs starting off and 1gb per referral up to 50gbs. You can upload files with a maximum of 2gbs per file. What sets it apart from Dropbox and others alike is that users can search other users publicly uploaded files and follow users in a similar style to twitter. Also you do not need to provide an email address to sign up. Just choose a username and password and you are good to go.
Uploading Files to Minus
Uploading files to Minus can be done in a number of ways. The “main” method is by visiting the Minus website in an HTML5-enabled browser and ‘drag and dropping’ files on to the designated area.
Although the ‘drag and drop’ web interface for Minus is quick and easy to use – so much so that one could argue it negates the need for desktop apps – the folks at Minus also provide desktop apps for all major desktop and mobile platforms, as well as browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox.
And the fun doesn’t end there as 3rd party app developers can make use of the Minus API to integrate the service into their applications.
If you wish to signup you can get an extra 1gb free with my referral