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MediaFire vs Dropbox, Which One is Best?

Dropbox is a file hosting service provided by the American company Dropbox Incorporation, which mainly provides cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud and client software. Users can use Dropbox on all devices, including desktop computers, laptops, tablets and mobile phones. And, Dropbox offers free users 2 GB of free storage.

MediaFire is a file sync, file hosting, and cloud storage service offered by MediaFire LLC. It provides client software for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, and web browsers. And, MediaFire provides users with 10 GB of free storage.

The main differences between Dropbox and MediaFire are as follows:

  MediaFire Dropbox
Price Basic: $0.00 (10GB)
Pro: $3.75-$5.00/month (1TB)
Business: $40-$50/month (Up to 100TB)
Basic: $0.00 (2GB)
Pro: $9.99/month (1TB)
Business: $15/month/user (Unlimited Data)
User Experience Minimalist user interface and design;
Reliable speed and sync performance;
Versatile and easy to use;
Facing many user complaints and issues
Features File sharing, syncing, and versioning File sharing, syncing, and versioning
Security Provides credential security, 2-step verification process, or login authentication Not having enough security
Software Compatibility iOS, OSX, Android, Windows, Web iOS, OSX, Android, Windows, Linux, Windows, Mobile
File Transfer Speed Faster Slower

MediaFire and Dropbox have been around for a while and built their organizations. While MediaFire has managed to offer the service very cheaply, Dropbox has emerged as the overall winner when it comes to its robust cloud storage service.

As a user, if the price is your decision point, you should choose MediaFire without a doubt. The same is true if you are backing up large amounts of data. However, if you need great security and top-notch service, Dropbox has you covered.

How to Transfer MediaFire to Dropbox?

After learning about MediaFire and Dropbox in detail, many MediaFire users may need to migrate the data in their MediaFire account to Dropbox. So, how to move MediaFire files to Dropbox quickly and easily? Using only upload and download is not wise as it is time-consuming and error-prone. You can use this professional cloud file manager---MultCloud!

  • Cloud Transfer: Data migration between multiple cloud accounts, and timed transfer can be set.
  • Team Transfer: The overall migration of enterprise account data, supporting batch migration of sub-accounts.
  • Cloud Sync: Use 10 sync modes to easily complete real-time cloud-to-cloud sync.
  • Cloud Backup: Back up data in a cloud drive to other accounts and restore it on demand.
  • Remote Upload: The content in URLs, torrent files or magnet links is automatically parsed to the cloud drive.


Step 1. Create a MultCloud account, or you can click Facebook or Google to grant registration directly.

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Step 2. Click "Add Cloud" and select MediaFire from the drives listed below to add.

Add MediaFire
Add MediaFire

Step 3. Follow the same process to add your Dropbox account to MultCloud. MultCloud supports more than 30 cloud storage services, and you can add unlimited cloud drive accounts to MultCloud to easily manage multiple cloud storage accounts.

Add Dropbox
Add Dropbox

Step 4. Transfer or move MediaFire to Dropbox using Cloud Transfer. After adding your MediaFire and Dropbox accounts to MultCloud, click "Cloud Transfer", then select MediaFire as the source, Dropbox as the destination, or specific files or folders in your cloud drive as the source and destination. Then click "Transfer Now" and wait for the process to complete.

Transfer MediaFire to Dropbox
Transfer MediaFire to Dropbox


  • "Cloud Transfer" supports transferring from folders or entire cloud drives. If you just want to copy some files from MediaFire to Dropbox, I suggest you use "Copy" or "Copy to".
  • If you want to enjoy ultra-fast transfer speeds, you can upgrade and set your account to premium so that MultCloud uses 10 threads at a time to transfer files.
  • You can set a specific time in the "Schedule" so that MultCloud can automatically start the transmission task at the time you set.


As you can see, with the help of MultCloud, you can move files from MediaFire to Dropbox very easily. In addition to "Cloud Transfer", MultCloud also has "Remote Upload" and "Cloud Sync" functions.

"Remote Upload" can help you directly parse torrent files, magnet links or URLs to cloud drives, such as downloading torrents directly to Dropbox. "Cloud Sync" allows you to create cloud sync relationships across cloud drives. You can use this feature if you want to sync files between multiple cloud storage services.

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