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Upload Files To Multiple File Hosts

I'm not that sure why someone would want to upload files to multiple file hosts unless it was for questionable or backup purposes. But I'm not in the position to question motives but to review two services that spread files to multiple file hosts.

RapidSpread and TinyLoad are two services that basically provide the same service. The user can upload a file and they start spreading it around to multiple file hosts. The major difference between the two services is as to how that is managed. Rapidspread does not allow the selection of file hosts but spreads the uploaded files to all file hosts that it has in its database. The ten file hosts currently in the database include Rapidshare, Sendspace and DepositFiles.

A profile page for every uploaded file is created which can be accessed to reveal the links to the various file hosts the file has been spread to.

TinyLoad on the other hand gives the user more choice. He can select the file hosts from a selection of 12 including Megaupload, Rapidshare and DivShare. Another difference is a file filter that is being used by TinyLoad to prevent that certain file types are being uploaded. Rapidspread did not have a problem with an executable file whereas TinyLoad did reject the file.

Update: Both services have stopped operation. An alternative that is still in operation is Mirror Creator which you can use to spread your file to up to eight different file hosting sites. Mirror Creator supports several of the biggest names in the file hosting business including Rapidshare, Depositfiles, MediaFire or UploadedTo. Free users get to upload a maximum size of 250 Megabyte per spread, and do not need an account to do just that.

Registered users get additional upload slots, access to a file manager to keep track of links, and account support on those sites.

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  1. inetbuzz said on August 5, 2008 at 12:37 pm
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    I think UploadJockey provides same service as the mentioned two..

  2. darkkosmos said on August 5, 2008 at 1:17 pm
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    One of the problem with these is that they are terribly slow :(, and only pirates would ever want to use them because their files get deleted. (I can make a video if you want)

  3. Kamikazee said on August 5, 2008 at 1:49 pm
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    Another good multiupload site is http://www.shareonall.com/

  4. darkkosmos said on August 5, 2008 at 2:29 pm
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    Dear our users, site is closed. Sorry.
    Pwned!!

  5. Martin said on August 5, 2008 at 2:38 pm
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    The bandwidth requirements of such a service must be really high.

  6. Kamikazee said on August 5, 2008 at 2:38 pm
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    That’s sad information because it was really fast in uploading files.

  7. marc said on August 23, 2008 at 9:06 pm
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    also http://www.mirroruploader.com

    provide an excellent service !!

    marc

  8. jaques said on June 8, 2009 at 10:44 pm
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    Load2all.com is the best. It can be upload to 26 different free storage services and splitting your files to parts if u upload bigger than limits of the mirrors capacity.

    For example: http://www.load2all.com/files/0CFB74DEB/1GBtest.zip.html

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