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This article was published on July 16, 2015

    Infinit file sharing service now has paid tier aimed at graphic design professionals

    Infinit file sharing service now has paid tier aimed at graphic design professionals
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    Today, Infinit is introducing a new paid tier aimed at professionals. For $9.99 per month, users will get 100GB for uploading and sharing links.

    Infinit is positioning its paid tier as beneficial for graphic design freelancers and professionals who need to share files with clients or collaborators quickly.

    Infinit – Unlimited File Transfer from Infinit on Vimeo.

    If users need more than 100GB, Inifinit tells us it will offer pricing based on a customer’s needs. Just as it is with a free account, there is no limit on file size for uploading/sharing (so long as it larger than the plan limit, of course) when the sender and recipient are Infinit users.

    In addition to offering more capacity for paid users, Infinit is finally coming to Linux. Its Windows app also has a screenshot sharing tool resembling the one Mac users have grown fond of, which automatically uploads screenshots to Infinit for faster sharing.

    Infinit, Techstars alumnus, releases premium plans aimed at freelancers, professionals and teams for its universal file transfer product [Infinit]

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