According to the latest reports, the well-known organization, Mozilla Foundation, is the creator of the famous Firefox browser, recently launched a brand new application for Android, and not only that, even the operation of the app is quite simple, just like the web version.
Mozilla Just Launched A Brand New App For Android
Many of you might have heard of and even used, WeTransfer; it is a file-sending service that allows you to send any document entirely for free of cost to anyone by entering only their email.
Now, the well-known organization, Mozilla Foundation, is the creator of the famous Firefox browser, and recently launched a similar service called Firefox Send. At first, it could only be used in desktop systems, but earlier, they promised an Android application, and, in effect, they have fulfilled their promise.
As the well-known and new service of Mozilla, of course, I am talking about none other than Firefox Send has been officially deployed on Google Play Store. However, it still appears as “unpublished”, which means that it is a beta version which is under the testing phase.
However, the fact is that at the moment, any user can access it and use it for their needs. Hence, we will see what it offers and how it is used. UUnregistered users can send up to 1GB of files free of cost.
But, if you want to increase the size up to 2.5GB,, let me clarify that it is necessary to register with the Firefox account. If you do not have it, you can create it for free from this link. It is an exciting move on the part of the company, since the well-known similar service, of course, WeTransfer, that we could consider the direct rival, which offers free 2GB usage.
TThe app’s operation is quite simple, just like the web version, as you have to click on the blue “+” button and select the files you want to send. When you have them all, you can configure the link to expire after between one and 100 downloads and five minutes, one hour, one day, or one week.
In that sense, it is much more customizable than WeTransfer. WWhen you upload the file, a link will appear that you must copy and send to the contact who you want to make receive or available the files.
Also Read: How To Send Large Files From Android
While now, if we talk about privacy, then let me clarify that Mozilla ensures that the files are encrypted from end to end so that no person other than you and your contact can only access them. For more excellent protection, you can even configure a password so that when the user receives the download link, they have to enter it to proceed with it.
Moreover, the most exciting thing is that the all-new Android app, Firefox Send, is a free tool you can download from the Google Play Store. But you should keep one thing in mind, we are talking about a version that is currently in the testing phase, so you may face any errors. So, what do you think about this? Share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.