Email Large File

Email Large File


Easily send video clips, pictures, music, and other large files from your Android device to an e-mail address in as little as two clicks.

With this application you can:
- Browse your SD card files and folders,
- Pick a recipient from your Android contacts,
- Send a photo or a video directly from the Gallery to your recipient.

The app utilizes the free Email Large File web service to deliver large files within minutes.

How it all works:
- the selected file is uploaded to the EmailLargeFile.com server, and the link is e-mailed to your recipient.
- you get a notification when the file link is e-mailed, and when your recipient downloads your file.

Files uploaded from Android devices stay available on EmailLargeFile.com for 7 days.

The Free version of the application allows you to upload up to 200Mb of data per day. We are upgrading our servers and this limit will be lifted shortly.

Important: please verify with your phone/internet service provider for any data transfer charges or limitations.

With any questions or suggestions, please contact us at [email protected]

Recent changes:
Version 2.0 updates and fixes:

- increased maximum file size to 200Mb,
- fixed Android 4.x compatibility, up to 4.4 (Kit Kat),
- fixed Address book reuse issue,
- added support for multiple Sender email addresses,
- added support for multiple Recipient email addresses,
- updated Upload progress screen to include From and To emails, and Start button,
- updated user interface.

Version 1.1 addresses an issue with the default Android device account. It also features a slightly updated interface.
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Free
70
3.5
User ratings
139
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
2
File size
168 kb
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About Email Large File
Easily send video clips, pictures, music, and other large files from your Android device to an e-mail address in as little as two clicks.

With this application you can:
- Browse your SD card files and folders,
- Pick a recipient from your Android contacts,
- Send a photo or a video directly from the Gallery to your recipient.

The app utilizes the free Email Large File web service to deliver large files within minutes.

How it all works:
- the selected file is uploaded to the EmailLargeFile.com server, and the link is e-mailed to your recipient.
- you get a notification when the file link is e-mailed, and when your recipient downloads your file.

Files uploaded from Android devices stay available on EmailLargeFile.com for 7 days.

The Free version of the application allows you to upload up to 200Mb of data per day. We are upgrading our servers and this limit will be lifted shortly.

Important: please verify with your phone/internet service provider for any data transfer charges or limitations.

With any questions or suggestions, please contact us at [email protected]

Recent changes:
Version 2.0 updates and fixes:

- increased maximum file size to 200Mb,
- fixed Android 4.x compatibility, up to 4.4 (Kit Kat),
- fixed Address book reuse issue,
- added support for multiple Sender email addresses,
- added support for multiple Recipient email addresses,
- updated Upload progress screen to include From and To emails, and Start button,
- updated user interface.

Version 1.1 addresses an issue with the default Android device account. It also features a slightly updated interface.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 20, 2015
Not working on Note 2 Uninstalled. Couldn't send 5mb video (mp4). Kept giving me an error.
A Google User
Jan 8, 2015
KEEP THIS APP UPDATED Very useful app. Does what it should do
A Google User
Dec 30, 2014
Worthless Not user friendly at all. Good luck trying to find the file you want you send with this poorly thought out BS
A Google User
Dec 25, 2014
Wotks but This app reads you emails and what you are sending/video/image/text
A Google User
Nov 29, 2014
It worked for me! You need to know your way around the file manager app. Would be better if a) it saved files in the background, b) if it could stream video files, and c) if messages did not end up in the (Outlook/Hotmail) junk folder. I had to advise the receiver to check the junk folder.