Upload Files to Multiple File Hosting Services

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Here’s are four websites that will allow you to upload your files to multiple host in one go. All the services are free, requires no registration and are advertisement free.

Multiupload supports 6 file hosting services:Rapidshare, Megaupload, Hotfile, Depositfiles, zSHARE and uploading.

Browse to the file and click on “Upload“. You can add an optional description about the file and also mention an email address to receive the download link to your mail after upload completes.

For uploading multiple files at once, click on “Multiple Files.”

Multiupload also has their own batch uploader software for windows, using which you can upload files directly from your desktop without visiting the site. The software works with with all versions of Windows.

Multiupload is a free service and has an optional registration.

Visit: Multiupload | Download: Multiupload Batch Uploader

MirrorCreator supports 27 file hosts while it allows you to upload files to a max 14 hosts of your choice.

Using MirrorCreator you can upload files from your desktop as well as files that are located on the web. The Remote URL Upload feature was disabled while I was reviewing the service.
MirrorCreator also has an optional email feature, which sends you an email with the link to the download page and the status of the upload.

Visit: Mirrorcreator

Gazup can upload your files to Rapidshare, NetLoad, zSHARE, 2shared, Badongo and FileFactory.

Files can be uploaded in three ways using Gazup:

  • Direct Upload
  • Remote Upload
  • FTP upload

If you upload a video on Gazup, it will automatically generate screenshots and other file information such as duration, resolution, frame-rate, bit-rate and codec from the video.

Visit: Gazup

Filleducky is a free web service and has a very simple interface. Just select your file and click on “Upload.” It will then upload the files to multiple file hosting servers including Rapidshare, badongo, sendspace and zSHARE.

You don’t get an option to select hosting services and batch uploading feature is also not available.

FileDucky doesn’t require any registration.

Visit: FileDucky

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