- It's free.
- It's not required to even register.
- It allows you to share files up to 500MB (up from 300MB previously).
Using Sendspace is pretty straight-forward:
Click the "Browse" button, choose a file on your hard-drive, then add the recipient's email, click "Upload", and you're done.
You can also add your own email to receive a copy with the link to download your file.
After your file is actually uploaded, an email is sent to the set recipient, who can then download the file.
Additionally, you can create a free account, so that you can access your uploaded files anytime.
As long as the files are downloaded regularly, they remain on the server.
After 30 days of inactivity, the files are deleted from the Sendspace servers.
Subscribing to the service enables you to keep those files for as long as you remain subscribed, upload as many files as you want, download faster... and max size for each shared file is upgraded to 10GB.
You can check the various available plans there.
That's it. As you can see it's simple and can be very useful.
Personally I use it often to send large zip archives of my party shootings to venue owners or party planners, after converting the original JPEG files via Xnview, another very useful freeware that I might talk about some day later.
If you know of any similar service that you like, feel free to let me know in the comments.