Finally, an Easy Way to Share Large Video Files from Android
Sharing files has always been one of Android's greatest strengths. A system of "share intents" allow apps to freely exchange data with each other, making it possible to take a picture with your favorite camera app, then send it over to your choice of photo-sharing apps, for instance.
Even with a wide variety of cloud-based services that are easily accessible through Android's Share functionality, sending actual video files to your friends is still generally a convoluted process. Many cloud services have restrictive file size limits, and videos are among the biggest files out there.
Without that hurdle in the way, the act of sharing an large file is still an issue. Oftentimes, the other party will need to have the same app installed on their device to download the file, and at a minimum, you'll have to wait for it to be uploaded, then generate a link that you can share in yet another app.
The folks over at WeTransfer weren't very fond of this convoluted process either. In a move to make video and photo sharing easier, they geared their service towards simplicity. With an incredibly large 10-gigabyte upload limit and no registration required, WeTransfer allows you to send files directly to the recipient's email address in one simple step.