Firefox Send now lets you share encrypted files privately
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Mozilla, the company behind the Mozilla FireFox browser has launched FireFox Send on Google Play Store. Mozilla improved upload speeds, but it’s expanded on how much control you have over the file(s) you send. You decide when the link expires, who can view it just like Google Docs or Google Drive but Mozilla has gamed up with the features such as how many times it can be downloaded, and if it will have a password for even more security on top of the end-to-end encryption.

Firefox Send

Firefox Send lets you share files with end-to-end encryption and a link that automatically expires. So you can keep what you share private and make sure your stuff doesn’t stay online forever.

Firefox Send makes it simple to share large file sizes – perfect for sharing professional design files or collaborating on a presentation with co-workers. With Send you can share file sizes up to 1GB quickly. Sign up for a free Firefox account to send files up to 2.5GB.

You can download FireFox send from here. Though it has unreleased tag beside its name, currently it’s pretty much functional now and you won’t find too many bugs to bother you.