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Mozilla — the creator of the Firefox browser — has officially launched Firefox Send, a new file sharing platform that allows users to send end-to-end encrypted files for free.
“Send is a free encrypted file transfer service that allows users to safely and simply share files from any browser,” the company announced on its website.
Send is not technically a cloud service. When you choose files to send, you can also give the link your recipient will receive an expiration date.
This means that once your file is received and downloaded according to your limits, it will be deleted from the platform.
“With Send you can share file sizes up to 1GB quickly. To send files up to 2.5GB, sign up for a free Firefox account,” Mozilla further revealed.
Those who receive files does not have to have a Firefox account to access them.
Mozilla also noted that an Android app for Send will be launched in beta soon.
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