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Sunday, January 20, 2008

File Upload/Distribution Sites

I originally posted this on the DM Blogroll, but I thought I would cross post it here also.


I've decided to start sharing other music related resources here. The main focus of this blog will always be to share all the wonderful music blogs available on the internet, but I would also like expand on that idea, and make it a great place for all things music. Next, I plan to make a list of freeware music software. If you have any ideas on music resources that I could add please leave a comment.

I'm sure I'm not the only one who is sick of Rapidshare's dominance of file uploading. There are plenty of great alternatives out there, but unfortunately they are overlooked by many. In my opinion the best sites are those which distribute files to several upload sites. These are known as file distribution sites. If you know of any that aren't on this list, please leave a comment, and I will add it. If you know of a friend or site that you frequent which is guilty of using rapidshare, please point them in this direction. Hopefully we can break people from using rapidshare.

File Upload/Distribution Sites
75d (Non-English)
Xirror (Non-English)
XLspread (Non-English)
FTP2SHARE (Registration Required)
YouMirror (Non-English)


Anonymous said...

Don't forget:



Anonymous said...

I found this one on another blog:

Message from ziddu.com


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Unlimited file upload (No premium account.. Every account is premium for us)
Earn from every download
Every referral commission
No waiting time for download
No time bound file hosting ( your file will never be lost or deleted)

You can register using the link below

TuneLovinJacket said...


grapepowder said...

Do you have an account with MassMirror? Whenever i try to upload to that site, it goes up to 99% and then gives me an error. I have no problem downloading from it.

Zer0_II said...

grapepowder: I haven't been having any problems with massmirror, however Sharebee doesn't work for me now. I'm glad that you are at least able to download from massmirror because I've been forced to use it as of late. I wish that there were more services such as these, but I'm sure it puts a huge strain on servers.

grapepowder said...

Ya, i can't upload to sharebee either, although i can download from it. I can upload to megaupload, mediafire, and sendspace. Haven't tried to upload to others. So far i haven't had problems figuring out how to dl from all the main sites, altho there are a few weird ones that never work (can't think of them offhand, but they're often unused choices off massmirror/sharebee).

grapepowder said...

I've never seen or used it, but word on the streets is the best site right now is ifile.it. Of course, it might not be for long if too many people start using it, but i thought i'd share with you since this is one of my favorite blogs.

Zer0_II said...

I'm currently looking for sites, such as sharebee and mass that upload to multiple file hosts. I just finished reading about the features, and they seem pretty good. I especially like that guests can resume downloads and use download managers such as flashget. Thanks for recommending it. I'm going to give it a try.

grapepowder said...

I just tried xlice.net and it worked for me. It's a multi-upload site and lets you choose 6 distributions. I tested it with Nick Cave's Firstborn:


Anonymous said...

Upload Frog - It uploads files up to 100mb on Rapidshare, Megaupload, Depositfiles, Zshare, Sharedzilla, Netload, Sendspace, Filefactory, Badongo, Load.to, Easyshare, and Flyupload.

Also supports remote uploading too!

Zer0_II said...

Thanks for mentioning Uploadfrog. I'll be sure to add it to the list the next time I update it.