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DropSend Receives the Best Free Web Apps 2013 Award from PCMag.com

DropSend receives the most trusted consumer approval seal in the technology industry - PCMag's Best Free Web Apps 2013 award.

Nov 20 2013, 8:00am CST | by PR.com

Fort Myers, FL, November 20, 2013 --(PR.com)-- DropSend, a fast and flexible file-sending service, receives the prestigious Best Free Web Apps 2013 award from PCMag. This award is given by PCMag editors to the most trusted and efficient free Web-based services.

DropSend has been listed as the #1 app for sending large files to any recipient for free. Using DropSend is even easier than using Web-based email because there is no need to log in or register to start emailing insanely large files, up to 2GB each.

"At DropSend, sending a single gigantic file is a breeze. Enter your email and a recipient's email, upload a file, and you're done," - writes PCMag's Eric Griffith.

DropSend is a Cloud file-sending, collaboration and storage service for both individual and business users. It offers hassle-free ways to send large files using a number of different options: directly from DropSend.com, using the DropSend desktop client for Windows or Mac, DropSend for iOS, or DropSend Outlook Plugin.

DropSend offers a wide range of plans with comprehensive and flexible options. The free plan is ideal for occasional file sends, while the Business plan provides unlimited secure file sending and storage functionality.

Company background:

DropSend Ltd. is a division of WebMinds, Inc., a vertically integrated company specializing in desktop application development, information technology and Internet services. WebMinds publishes and manages websites that reach IT professionals, small and home based businesses, individual PC and Mac users, and executives in all phases of the technology decision-making and purchase process.

WebMinds delivers services, products and information to maximize the use of PCs and Macs for all users through its industry-leading websites and award-winning software.

WebMinds’ flagship product, Easy Duplicate Finder, is used by millions of people worldwide and has numerous industry awards.

Contact:

Liz Donovan
liz(at)webminds(dot)com
More information:
http://www.dropsend.com

Contact Information:
WebMinds, Inc.
Liz Donovan
(978) 317-4144
Contact via Email
http://www.dropsend.com

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