The Bottom Line
- Dropload stores all files you send for seven days and scans them for viruses
- Requiring but a simple form, Dropload is easy to use
- Dropload remembers email addresses, and keeps track of files you sent or received
- Dropload supports files only up to 100 MB
- Files can be downloaded only once (though the counter can be reset)
- Dropload lacks advanced features such as password protection, secure storage or customized emails
- Dropload lets you send files up to 100 MB to an email recipient.
- Files sent through Dropload are available for seven days or one download.
- The sender can "unexpire" a file and make it available for another download.
- Dropload can scan files you send or receive for viruses.
- A simple address book remembers addresses you already used with Dropload.
Guide Review - Dropload - Free Large File Sending Service
For files up to 100 MB in size (unfortunately only 100 MB), Dropload is a simple, convenient and classy solution that sends your files with no wrestling at all. Uploaded documents are scanned for viruses and stored for a week. While this extended period of availability is great, all files can be downloaded only once. Then, again, the sender can "unexpire" a file and make it available again.
Dropload conveniently remembers addresses you already used, so sending another file to the same person is easy. An Out- and an Inbox keep track of the files you sent or received through Dropload.
More advanced features such as branding, password protection, multiple recipients or secure storage are absent, but for quickly sending a moderately large file, Dropload is great.