What are the differences between MediaFire and Tresorit?

Let us understand the concepts of MediaFire and Tresorit before learning the differences between them.


MediaFire is a cloud storage service and file hosting service which became more popular as a platform for sharing large files. It was owned by MediaFire LLC in 2006. Actually, it has a reputation for having poor privacy which is difficult for it to overcome, and because of its limited capabilities it has been kept aside from the list of the best cloud storage services.

MediaFire is providing 10GB storage for free and up to 50 GB free with bonuses, we can store all our files, photos, audio and videos. It helps us to easily share large files through emails. It provides unlimited ad-supported downloads with no waiting times.


The features of MediaFire are as follows −

  • Instantly recover deleted files.

  • Share and collaborate files.

  • Easily share large files and folders.

  • File sharing management.

  • Cloud storage security.

  • Cloud Administration.


The advantages of MediaFire are as follows −

  • 10GB free storage.

  • Very large file size limit.

  • More transfer speeds to and from MediaFire.

  • Easy to use.

  • Cost-effective consumption based-model.

  • Very reliable and secure platform.


The disadvantages of MediaFire are as follows −

  • No file encryption.

  • Too many ads.

  • Very few features.

  • Terrible design.

  • Poor customer support.

  • Data consumption is more customizable.


It is an ultra-secure place in the cloud used to store, sync, and share files within your organization and with external partners.

It is a premium cloud storage service which has an end-to-end encrypted, zero-knowledge content collaboration platform that is designed to safeguard the digital valuables of individuals and organizations with the highest classification in the cloud.


The features of Tresorit are as follows −

  • Share files securely with anyone in an organization

  • Access the work documents from anywhere, at any time, on any device.

  • Keep the stored files safe from unauthorized access and data breaches.

  • Large amounts of file storage.

  • Fine control of synchronization having deleted version recovery.

  • Administrative reports and analysis.

  • File Request feature.


The advantages of Tresorit are as follows −

  • It is an End-to-end encrypted.

  • There is Gmail and Outlook integration, and also it provides 3 GB storage for free and for paid 500 GB – 2,500 GB.

  • It has 24/7 support services.


The disadvantages of Tresorit are as follows −

  • The paid versions are more expensive.

  • It is little bit complicated to use.


The major differences between MediaFire and Tresorit are as follows −

MediaFire was owned by MediaFire LLC in 2006.
Tresorit is owned by Tresorit in 2014.
MediaFire offers 10GB free storage space.
Tresorit offers 3 GB free storage space.
MediaFire provides file synchronization service and File hosting service.
Tresorit provides file hosting, file sharing and cloud storage service.
MediaFire maximum storage size is 100TB
The maximum storage capacity is 1000GB.
MediaFire maximum file size is 20 GB
The maximum file size which is available for free is 500MB and for file size bigger than that is paid.
MediaFire supports file versioning.
Tresorit supports file versioning for paid versions.
MediaFire supports remote uploading.
Tresorit does not support remote uploading.
MediaFire has a band-width limit of 10TB.
Tresorit has no band-width limit.
MediaFire supports developer API.
Tresorit does not support developer API

Updated on: 22-Mar-2022


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