I’ve blogged about this before…in fact my “22+ Ways to Send Large Files” is one of my all-time most popular articles.
But…you know…things change and new stuff comes up…so let me tell you about a new one I found, and in the process, I want to underscore something about your Chrome browser you may not have paid attention to.
In your Chrome browser, hit Ctrl+T to open a new tab. Unless you’ve been adding stuff to the blank page that results, you’ll see space…space to add apps. Yup. Google Chrome is getting into apps big-time. This is the Browser-based version of apps for Chrome-book, which is an all-network based “laptop” device with no hard drive or storage…just a screen, keyboard, and network connection device. But I’m getting ahead of myself.
You can add TONS of apps to this blank tab, and every time you call up a new tab, the apps pop up there. There should be an icon to click for adding Google Chrome apps, but if not, just go to the Google Chrome Webstore. From there, you can browse the available apps by category, or search them by topic or name. They get quickly and brainlessly installed on your “new tab” page, and are quick to call up when you need. Thousands of apps. Free.
Searching around the Google WebStore, I found LARGE DOCUMENT. You can install the app, but it’s also a stand-alone website…that is a dirt-simple way to send….well, large docs and other files.
While you’re in the Google Webstore, also look up GE.TT. I’ve mentioned this one before, but it bears repeating. Next to DropBox, GE.TT has got to be one of the most simple ways to quickly and efficiently send a big file I’ve ever seen.