Thursday, August 18

Transfer Files Quickly Without Size Limit

Transfer Files Quickly Without Size Limit

When it comes to file sharing, we have many options. It's obvious that sharing is simple when devices are close together, but what if you have a massive file, say 2GB or larger, and you need to share it with a friend who lives thousands of miles away? So, I'm here to answer that question and determine the best and simplest way to do so. So, here are the best methods for sending large files larger than 2GB over the internet.

There are many ways to share files between people and devices, but a lot of those methods can be cumbersome by requiring app downloads, account registrations, cloud storage setups, etc.

Toffeeshare is a free Peer to Peer (P2P) file sharing service focused on privacy and security. We store nothing online: simply close your browser to stop sending. We always find the shortest path from sender to receiver meaning sometimes your data doesn't even have to leave your network!

Share files privately & secure, without size limit
Share your files securely and fast, directly from your device without ever storing anything online.

  • No file size limit
  • Peer to peer
  • Lightning fast
  • End to end encrypted

No file size limit
There are no restrictions on the size or quantity of files you can send. You are only limited by the capabilities of your device (or browser). Keep your browser up to date to ensure maximum performance.

Only the receiver can see your files
Your files are only accessible to you and the receiver. ToffeeShare currently employs a DTLS 1.3 implementation. Your information is encrypted from beginning to end and can only be read by your receiver (and you of course).

Better for the Environment
Because we do not store your data and consume almost no power! In addition, our server is powered by renewable energy (wind energy). ToffeeShare has a much lower carbon footprint than cloud storage providers.

Nothing stored online
When the transfer is finished, your files are no longer on the internet, so there's no risk of someone hacking a server to get to them: they're simply not there.

Over 15 million files transferred
We've transferred well over 15 million files so far. That amounts to more than a petabyte of data that could have been stored online somewhere. One petabyte is equal to one million gigabytes.