WeTransfer extends their simple and easy to use desktop platform to mobile with the debut of a new app for iOS devices designed to boost productivity by giving users a simple way to transfer up to 10GB of high-res photos and videos
File sharing service, WeTransfer, has today appointed experience designer and director, Nelly Ben Hayoun, as the Service’s first Head of Experiences to advise on unique and creative user experiences across the platform.
File-sharing service, WeTransfer, announced today that it has broken through the 2 million transfers a day milestone. Since its launch three years ago, WeTransfer has transformed into an trust-worthy, global service with 18 million monthly active users, who enjoy the simplicity the service provides without having to sacrifice speed or efficiency. Based out of Amsterdam and San Francisco, WeTransfer saw 46 million transfers take place in October alone.
WeTransfer, announced today that it has broken through the 1.5 million transfers a day milestone and is still growing. Since its formation in October 2010 the business has seen 127% year on year growth with 17 files transferred every second. This milestone comes at a time of increased popularity for the company which now has 15 million monthly active users worldwide.
WeTransfer is excited to introduce the new version of their service. The new WeTransfer still offers the simple and free 2GB transfers millions of people have come to love, all without needing to register. The service has a new design, and offers Plus features that includes file transfers of 5GB storage up to 50GB, an address book, and the ability to password protect your files.
WeTransfer is a leading file
sharing service based out of Amsterdam, providing a uniquely creative space for
people to share files. Launched in 2009 by Bas Beerens and Nalden, WeTransfer
was borne out of a simple
need to provide a solution for people to send large files easily. The service
now has 18 million monthly active users and prides itself on its simplicity.
The founders’ desire of producing “something their parents could use” has led
the WeTransfer team to a service without the complications of logins, signup
forms, data capture and banner advertising.
completely free when sending files of up to 2GB in size, or users can sign up
to WeTransfer Plus for €10 a month to make 10GB transfers to multiple
recipients alongside receiving 50GB of storage space and the ability to personalise
and secure a channel.
plastering the site with intrusive banner ads, the team has created a backdrop
of curated wallpapers provided by a wide community of artists, illustrators,
filmmakers, photographers and brands. The result is an enriched user experience
to a backdrop of beautiful images. WeTransfer puts the love back into