Update: The BoltFile service has been shut down. We won’t delete the article for the sake of posterity.
Email services are NOT storage!
Before the good old days of Gmail, Yahoo! mail provided a whopping 4 MB of storage. Although 1 GB looked too much back then I’ve been running out of my Gmail storage space at an alarming rate. I’ve deleted a lot of old emails to keep my inbox storage from getting full. Most of the storage in my inbox was eaten by attachments like – photos (yes, I guess email is the largest photo sharing service!), PDF’s, presentations, spreadsheets, WordPress backups and a lot more!
While there are a lot of services that let you backup files and share them with your friends without clogging their inbox with huge files that quickly consumes their storage space, not many of them are reliable! Remember, most of the corporate email services still have limited email inbox storage so sending even small files can over time fill it with less-important stuff.
BoltFile – share your files quickly, safely and securely!
I’ve been searching for a service which would let me share files with my family, friends and other contacts quickly and reliably. One service that I’ve really liked is BoltFile not only because of its intuitive dashboard but also because of the level of security, ease-of-use , and reliability it provides.