Easily Share Self-Destructing Files With Jumpshare

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Check out Jumpshare's self-destructing file feature.

Cloud storage companies like Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and Evernote seem to be just about everywhere these days. Although most of them offer the option to share files with others what they’re more about is document storage rather than spreading file love and sharing among the masses.

So, if you’re looking for something cleaner, simpler and just all around easier to use then you’ll want to give Jumpshare a spin. The primary feature that sets Jumpshare apart from other services is that it can handle more than 200 different file types directly from the browser. Awesome sauce!

This means if you share a document in a format like Adobe Illustrator’s .ai file type your recipient doesn’t, repeat does not need to have Adobe Illustrator software to view the file. It will render in their browser no fuss, no muss and no Jumpshare account required to view.

Being able to share native file formats without having to convert them is a huge timesaver and it’s incredibly convenient too. With Jumpshare all you need to do is drag, drop and go. In terms of settings and use it’s very straightforward and requires little to no learning curve.

Make self-destructing files with Jumpshare.

There are two versions available — free and paid. With free you get 2GB of storage, but with the paid version at $9 a month you receive 1TB and custom features like password protection, self-destruct mode, custom branding no cap on file size.

If you’ve used Jumpshare what’s your experience been like? How does the paid version’s features like self-destruct compare with other similar services? Share with us in the comments below.

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Sarah Hartshorn is a marketing, public relations and social media professional with Vuze. She blogs about content, torrents, social media and a number of other tech topics. Sarah has been involved with traditional and digital marketing since 1998.