Get your App on!

At MediaFire we appreciate the diversity of our customers.  From the Music Enthusiast to the Corporate Executive, no two users are the same.  That is why we continue to engage the software community with out-stretched arms.  Our Developer Showcase features dozens of great apps for every personality.  Whether you simply want to enjoy your music…

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MediaFire Open-Source Client Takes To The Clouds

The open-source client for Linux, BSD, and other POSIX systems was launched almost a year ago. Since then, the code has received many significant updates. Although, there’s still room for improvement, we believe the software performs well enough to suit the needs of most users. As a result, we are happy to announce that binaries…

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MediaFire Releases Linux and Open-Source Toolkit for Developers

  At MediaFire, it’s no secret that we are huge fans of the open source community. From server management, to building next generation storage applications, open-source tools enable us to do great things. To start off the new year, MediaFire is excited to announce the launch of several new tools aimed at the Linux and…

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Our Favorite Apps For Your New Tablet and Phone This Holiday Season

The holiday season is upon us, which means great food, and wonderful memories with your friends and family. For many gadget lovers, it also means a whole new set of electronic toys, tablets, and smartphones. At MediaFire, we are passionate about saving and sharing all of your holiday memories, which is why we’ve put together…

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MediaFire In The News: Fall Edition

As we gear up for an exciting month filled with new services and major updates, we wanted to put together some of our favorite media highlights over the last few weeks! MediaFire in Culture EGYPTIAN RAVE MUSIC AND THE NEW ONLINE MEDIA REVOLUTION Last month, Vice Magazine took an in depth look at the new…

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TAMU Hackathon at Texas A&M: Will the Next Zuckerberg Be From Texas?

Last weekend, over 500 student developers gathered at Texas A&M’s Rudder Tower to participate in TAMUHack, a 28 hour nonstop hackathon designed to foster the next generation of great developers and technology startups in Texas. The event featured sponsors and speakers from some of the leading minds in development and technology, including representatives from Major…

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