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Developer(s)Files.fm Ltd.
Initial release19 September 2012; 9 years ago (2012-09-19)[1]
    Operating systemMicrosoft Windows, OS X, Linux, Android
    Available in6 languages
    List of languages
    English, Russian, Latvian, Finnish, Spanish, German
    TypeFile sharing, Online backup service

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    Files.fm is a cloud file storage platform launched in 2012 and provides data storage, file sharing and publishing, file synchronization, backup, e-commerce and hosting services. It was founded by Janis Viklis and Didzis Kalejs and is operated by European company "Files.fm".

    Platform uses freemium business model and has free Basic plan and paid Pro, Business and Enterprise plans that includes more storage and features. Basic account has 5GB of storage space, but users can earn up to 20GB of space through the bonus program. Users are allowed to upload more data than 5GB in their account, however automatic deletion period of 1 month is set for files that exceeds the permanent account storage.

    Users can share files without account via unique link and select an automatic deletion date from 1 day up to 2 months.

    Uses can download files in direct download mode or Peer-to-Peer supported mode via integrated Webtorrent library, as well stream videos in P2P-supported mode. P2P download mode is not limited by traffic constraints. Files are scanned for viruses on the serverside.

    Business account storage is shared across all sub accounts allowing for single billing and management of multiple users at a single company.

    Both public and private file sharing modes are supported on the platform.

    Platform provides web restful API and supports standard Webdav protocol, including file locking and versioning features.


    • In November 2008, the first version of Files.fm was launched under the Latvian name Failiem.lv, allowing users to upload and share up to 2 GB large files, without limiting bandwidth or downloads, storing files for up to 3 months.
    • In 2009, users could register an account to get permanent storage space.
    • In September 2012, international version of Files.fm was launched.
    • In 2015, the company's stock capital was increased to one million.[2]
    • In 2016, file selling functionality was introduced.[3]
    • In 2017, Files.fm Backup service received Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association’s (LIKTA) award “Platinum mouse 2017” in the category “Business solutions”.[4]
    • In December 2019, Files.fm Token project was accepted in the European commission blockchain technology accelerator “Block.IS”, continuing R&D on blockchain use-cases.[5]

    Main features[edit]

    • Data storage and content publishing
    • Cloud services
    • Backup services
    • Server rent and hosting
    • Digital content sales


    External links[edit]

    Category:Cloud applications Category:Cloud storage Category:Data synchronization Category:File hosting for macOS Category:File hosting for Windows Category:File sharing services Category:Companies based in Latvia Category:Internet properties established in 2008 Category:Online backup services


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