The dashboard

MediaFire's interface may have an old-school-Gingerbread feel to it, but it has a clean layout and it is easy to navigate. Read full review
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Simple controls

Hit the small arrow next to any item to pull up a menu of options like Move, Share, Download, and more. Read full review
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Easy to upload

Hit the menu key to access options to upload files, pictures, or videos to your MediaFire account. Read full review
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Browse files

MediaFire's built-in file browser lets you upload items from your Android file system directly to the cloud. Read full review
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4.0 stars

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In-app photo viewer

Conveniently, MediaFire comes with a built-in photo viewer. For other file types, though, you'll have to use other installed apps. Read full review
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