Upload Files To Multiple File Hosting Services With Load2All

Martin Brinkmann
Nov 23, 2009
Updated • Mar 14, 2017

File hosting services such as Rapidshare, Megaupload or Depositfiles are immensely popular on the Internet. They offer a comfortable solution for sharing files with other users over the Internet without having to cope with email attachment size limits which usually make large sized file trades very complicated.

While some users may have access to web hosting space or servers they can upload files to, most probably don't.

Some users want to make sure that their uploaded files will be available for other users to download. A good way to achieve this is to upload the files to multiple file hosting services to have mirrors if one of the file hosts should take a file upload down (due to inactivity, transfer limits or other issues).

Update: Load2All is no longer available. We suggest you use a service such as Mirror Race instead which offers comparable options.


Load2All can upload files to multiple file hosting websites at once. The service currently supports 19 different file hosting services among them Rapidshare, 2Shared or File Factory. Each file host can be selected on the main page individually.

There are two options that make Load2All unique when it comes to file uploading services. It can split large files into multiple files if the size of the uploaded file exceeds the limit of the supported file hosting service.

That's very interesting for users who upload large files to these services. Load2All will automatically pack the files as rar files and split them into multiple archives if a file size limit would be exceeded by the upload.

Even better is the fact that it will do that only for the services where the limit would be exceeded. The other option is to make use of a Rapidshare or Megaupload Collector account to earn points from the uploaded files. The Rapidshare login information need to be entered in this case in the web form.

Finally it is also possible to enter an email address which will then be used by the file uploading service to notify the user about the created links at the selected file hosting websites. Load2All offers several interesting options to users who want to upload large files to multiple files hosts.

Upload Files To Multiple File Hosting Services With Load2All
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Load2All is a free online service that enables you to upload files to multiple file hosting services on the Internet in one operation.
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  1. Multi Site Upload said on December 21, 2010 at 9:08 pm

    Another site to Upload multiple file sharing sites is multisiteUPLOAD.com: http://www.multisiteupload.com . Is very simple and easy to use file sharing website. It really does not need any signup, you will just have to upload your file and you will get a url to share with your friends or anyone else. You can upload music, video, photos, images, files, pdf, zip’ to Megaupload, DepositFiles, FileFactory, NetLoad, UploadedTo, SendSpace, Badongo, Easy Share, Loadto, MegaShare, 2Shared and HotFile. This service allows you to upload files on multiple file hosting services with one click. It´s the most advanced tool. Allowing you to upload files from your computer or remote upload. You can also use e-mail address to receive download links by your e-mail. multisiteUPLOAD.com is a free service.

  2. callmenutts said on January 10, 2010 at 9:44 pm

    If you really need to spread files to multiple hosts ,is best to have host which allows direct linking , then you will be able to spread you files to 100 hosts without any limits accept your bandwidth allowance, the only two hosts known to allow to do that are mediafire and http://www.metahyper.com/

  3. Don F. said on November 24, 2009 at 1:15 pm

    good one but something fishy. why do they have to include that upload to collector account and earn points? looks like phishing for me.

  4. Quasimodo said on November 24, 2009 at 10:08 am

    Call me paranoid, but i have to ask:

    What else is the motivation of those behind this service, if not to easily harvest login information, files , email and and ip adresses of people uploading files via their service ?

    Don’t get me wrong, a service like this could be very helpful,
    but they have to do much better to convince me to use it.

    Bandwidth costs money and a service like this needs lots and lots of bandwidth and therefore heaploads of money.
    And we all know, people rarely upload private holiday videos to such file hosters.

    To me this looks like a RIAA/MPAA/IFPI setup until proven otherwise.

    “If something is too good to be true, it usually IS too good to be true.”

  5. Computer Video Tutorials said on November 24, 2009 at 5:33 am

    MediaFire is not included :( Multiupload can upload to multi hosting with mediafire support.

  6. rickxs said on November 24, 2009 at 1:14 am

    good article , but trying to load a file it says a maximum of 8 mirrors are allowed not 19
    see screenshot http://tinypic.com/r/faugso/6

  7. Scott said on November 23, 2009 at 10:18 pm

    Nice one!

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