Filefile makes it simple to share file in the cloud with just tag. Tag file when you upload to Filefile. Share the file tag to allow other Filefile users to locate and download.
Share file the easy way with just a tag. No long URL link to pass around and no account sign up is required to download from Filefile.
Upload file from your camera roll, iCloud Drive, Google Drive, OneDrive or Dropbox. Tag the file for other Filefile users to locate and download.
Filefile is ephemeral. Upload files are removed from Filefile after expiry date. Save time by not having to manage your shared files.
Locate file only with tag. Enter tag to search and download file from Filefile.
You can use any characters except for the space " " character. Tag is case sensitive. If you tag a file as "CivilWar", the file is not searchable using the tag "civilwar".
As long as the file tag matches, Fifefile user is able to access all files with the same tag. You might want to choose a unique tag to minimize clashes with other users.
By design, any Filefile user is able to access uploaded file as long as the file tag is known or guess right. It is advisable not to upload any file with sensitive data. Filefile administrators have full access to the database for maintenance purpose.
Filefile is ephemeral. When uploading a file, you set a duration for file to expire. File will be purged after expiry date.
You can manually remove your upload before the expiry date. Tap the file in the uploads listing. Then select "Delete" from the menu.
Filefile stores files in Apple's iCloud server. Thus an iCloud account is required when you upload file. Use the Settings app > iCloud to sign in with your Apple ID. You also need to enable iCloud Drive. Create a new Apple ID if you don't have an iCloud acount.
The refresh button refetches all your uploads to Filefile. This is useful when your uploads using other iOS devices are not reflected in the listing. The button is disabled when you're not sign in with an iCloud account.
Maximum file size is 250MB. This is the limit set by Apple iCloud.
Filefile stores file in iCloud public database. Thus your uploads are not count towards your iCloud storage.
No. Sign in to iCloud is not required.
Filefile only lists file after a search via tag. You need to start with a search using a tag in order to locate any file.
Currently only single tag is supported.
Tap the file in the search result. Then select "Download" from the menu.
Free version is limited to one upload. You have to wait for the upload to expire or remove it manually before uploading the next file. Pro version has no such limit.