Are email attachments capped at 10MB bumming you out? Well, there’s no need for fear, Attachements.me is here! The San Francisco-based startup has introduced a new way of handling email attachments within Gmail that allows users to utilize the storage in their Dropbox of Google Drive account to send massive files, up to 100 MB in size, thanks to an ingenious browser plugin.
The service is currently free, although there is a paid business version available, and boasts an impressive user count of 50 thousand, which is suprising for such a niche service.
Check out the video below to learn how attaching documents with Attachement.me works:
Cross-posted from TechnologyTell.