Mediafire Express Beta Software Application (and REST API)

Description :

Today the MediaFire team announced the Beta release of MediaFire’s first software application – MediaFire Express (MFE). This Windows, Mac, and Linux compatible application makes it easier than ever to upload files from your computer to your MediaFire account.

Mediafire Express Beta Software Application (and REST API)

You can download MediaFire Express from their new “Tools” section here.

MediaFire Express is currently in Beta testing and the UI is still a rough proof of concept, so expect a couple bugs if you decided to give it a try. This product helps MediaFire to test some of the new tools they are developing and lays the groundwork for future products that will be released later this year. 

MediaFire Express for Mac:


MediaFire Express for Windows:


MediaFire Express (Beta) Features: 

- MediaFire Express can upload files from our computer to your MediaFire account without requiring you to open your browser

- New users can create a MediaFire account during installation. 

- MediaFire Express users can switch between MediaFire accounts. 

- Users can select an upload destination folder from within their “My Files” folder hierarchy. 

- Users can upload a file via a right click menu on File Explorer’s (on Windows) or Finder (on the Mac). 

- Users can upload a file by dragging and dropping it on the MediaFire Express’ Drop Zone. 

- MediaFire Express avoids contributing to desktop clutter by hiding its windows when it is idle. 

- Progress bars make it easy for users to monitor file upload progress. 

- Users can invoke the MediaFire Expresses Screenshot tool from (1) the keyboard, (2) a button located on the MediaFire Express’ Drop-Zone, or via a systray menu. 

- Quickly open your “My Files” page with a click of a button. 

- MediaFire Express dynamically throttles back upload rates as necessary so as to avoid reducing Quality of Service on slow DSL links. 

- MediaFire Express’ Screenshot Tool captures images of (1) the entire desktop, (2) an application’s window, or (3) a user defined area and then (1) uploads the screenshot to your MediaFire account for sharing, (2) saves the screenshot to disk or (3) sends the image to the printer for a hardcopy. 

MediaFire REST API: 

As a side note, today they announced also the first REST API for MediaFire. Developers interested in building tools that interface with MediaFire’s cloud storage system can find out more here.

*by andreascy*