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Take a look behind the scenes at a Google Data Center

GoFileDrop runs in the Google Cloud, take a look behind the scenes in a Google Data Center and check out what keeps GoFileDrop running 24/7.

GoFileDrop for Dropbox is now released

We are delighted to announce the release of GoFileDrop for Dropbox.

You can now store files uploaded with GoFileDrop in your Dropbox account, to enable Dropbox just login to GoFileDrop and click the button labeled Authorize Dropbox.

Please note your Dropbox account must use the same email as you are currently using with GoFileDrop.

You will be redirected to a page to authorize GoFileDrop to work with your Dropbox account, after you have authorized the Application you will be redirected back to your GoFileDrop settings page, you can now select where you want to store files uploaded via GoFileDrop.

The options are currently:

Google DriveDropboxBoth Google Drive & Dropbox

Select the option you want from the drop-down list and click save.
We will be bringing more providers online in the near future.

If you do not currently have a Dropbox account you can sign up for a free account with your Gmail account at this link.

The GoFileDrop Team.

Service update - sent files

Please note on 28th February 2018 we have updated GoFileDrop to use Google Cloud Storage when sending files. 

This update will enable an even more reliable service going forward.

If you have any pending sent files please re-send them as files sent previous to 28th February will no longer be accessible.

The update only effects sent files not files received.

If you have any pending sent files we recommend deleting the existing files using the delete icon (on the right of the sent files view) and sending the files again.

Thank you,
The GoFileDrop team

GoFileDrop for Dropbox beta testers wanted!

We are currently working on our latest addition to GoFileDrop - Dropbox Integration!

We are looking for individuals who are interested in testing out GoFileDrop for Dropbox, the only requirement is that you have a Dropbox account (no need to use Gmail).

To request beta tester access to GoFileDrop for Dropbox please just drop us an email at 

As a thank-you, all beta testers will receive the service for free whilst it is in beta, we can only take a limited number of users so this is on a first come first serve basis...

The GoFileDrop team