June 22, 2011
Back in the Napster days, my brother used to spend hours a day on my parents’ computer downloading songs, albums, videos, whatever, clogging up the hard drive, and driving my parents nuts. If only Put.io had been around 10 years ago, it would have saved a lot of arguments.
Istanbul-based Put.io is a file storage service (in the cloud, natch) that retrieves media files and lets you stream them immediately. You can use it to stream video, listen to music, and share your library with friends.
One of the most thoughtful features allows you to access files from anywhere with any device that supports a browser. You can fetch files from the bittorrent network, ftps, direct download links, basic http authenticated links, and a whole slew of paysites.
Sharing is really easy too. You can share a ton of files among your friends, and your friends can receive those files in realtime.
Plans start at only $4.90/month with 10G of storage space and 20G of bandwidth, and you can purchase more bandwidth as needed. Check them out today!
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