The Social Graph and MediaFire collide

You can now login into MediaFire through your Twitter and Facebook accounts.  You can also tie them to your existing MediaFire accounts.  You will notice a new tab in the sharing section for files and folders allowing you to directly post to Facebook and Twitter from your MyFiles page.  You can share files, folders and images directly to these networks.

If you like what were doing with Facebook and Twitter, drop us a comment and let us know what features you would like to see!

Derek & The MediaFire Team


  1. FireUser on July 17, 2010 at 12:44 am

    “Everything is going extremely well” — not really. This lousy Reunion Island domain DOES NOT RESOLVE, and the tabber popup box to get the links does not work at all, it’s stuck in the same panel (tried in MS Explorer, K-Meleon and Chrome).

    Best regards

    • derek on July 17, 2010 at 10:12 pm

      The domain registrar is having an issue with, were not sure what they did to it but we have a support ticket open and they will hopefully fix it soon.

  2. Raja gio gerald sitorus on July 17, 2010 at 10:10 am


  3. HoBorG on July 28, 2010 at 2:13 am

    MediaFire is the best file hosting on the internet; if we could use something like a desktop file manager (like what 4shared has) then it would be 100% absolutely the best file hosting on the internet without any rival!

    that’s so annoying that uploading, downloading and administrating the files and folders are limited to some browser-based script (which faces many problems in loading and uploading; especially upload failure)

    we want MediaFire Desktop application! 😀 :p

  4. bcarter on August 4, 2010 at 9:38 am

    I agree. MediaFire is the best service for online storage and file sharing hands down. So many great things to say about your service… the dropbox feature is brilliant! However, a desktop file management app for MediaFire would push you over the top and make you untouchable. Add a iphone app and wow! Somehow integrate a backup systems or scrip management… geeze! Ok, one more thing. Start developing an option to integrate with key content management systems and blog platforms… now I’m dreaming.

  5. Agnel Waghela on November 26, 2011 at 7:40 am

    Media Fire Has been the Best File Hosting ever i have used. But unfortunately there is no desktop application for uploading and downloading any files. This is what i’m looking forward in future. If in neat future there comes any such app it will boost mediafire very much!!
    Also i’m looking if there is any API for mediafire like dropbox then it’ll become the leading file hosting company in the world. I want to develop an WordPress Plugin so that it will work as backup. by using this plugin people will login to their account and they can backup whole of their wordpress site, the databases, themes, plugins, posts, images, videos, comments from their site, So even their site is lost due to some problem this backup will restore it!!
    But Alas there is no API!!!
    This is Just a Suggestion to MediaFire if they change their mind and develop an API!!!
    It would be very very helpful… Thanks to media fire..

  6. mohmed on October 3, 2012 at 4:10 am

    thank for media fire