Firefox Send is a file-sharing from Mozilla that supports sending 1GB files with a simple URL. If you choose to log in and use it, you can support sharing 2.5GB files. On Friday, Mozilla further pushed the service to Android users. Previously, Mozilla had undergone months of testing and officially launched a browser-based service version in early March.
Although there are already many big-name competitors on the market, such as Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and WeTransfer, Mozilla claims that its own services pay more attention to user privacy and will not leave traces on the Internet.
Mozilla said, “we will review usage of the Send for Android Beta and determine if there is a need for an iOS launch.” With Firefox Send, users can set parameters such as password protection, downloadable times, and file deletion due date for shared files. You can download Firefox Send via Google Play.