Thanks to MediaFire Desktop, you can manage in a much more comfortable manner all the files uploaded to this cloud storage service straight from your Mac, as if it were a folder that automatically synchronizes in real time with the server. Just like what we can do with Dropbox or Google Drive with their own native desktop applications for Mac, we can also do the same with the popular MediaFire service, instead of having to manage all the information from the official website.
In fact, you can carry out all the usual operations such as sharing photos and all sorts of information that you may have uploaded in an easy manner. Just like on the web version, you can get hold of a direct link to quickly share information with the recipient. Likewise, through MediaFire Desktop you'll have access to the data that other users have shared with you.
What if I haven't got a MediaFire account?
Well, you'll simply have to quickly and easily register on the service. That automatically grants you to 10 GB of storage without any cost and which you can expand if you're interested in any of the premium plans. Once you've signed up, you can log in from your Mac and start copying to the corresponding folder all the data you want to upload to the cloud. All that information will be available wherever you go. Just for your curiosity, MediaFire Desktop allows you to take screenshots and quickly share them with your contacts.