MediaFire is the old guard of cloud storage, and today, the company's services jump into the present tense with MediaFire Desktop, which allows you to sync your files from your computer to the cloud. How's it going to beat pack-leaders like Dropbox? By building more robust support for people who want to exchange multimedia online.
MediaFire's storage options are cheaper than Dropbox, but competitivewith other services, like SkyDrive and Google Drive: 10/100/200/500GB will cost you 0/$5/$10/$25 respectively. And really, MediaFire Desktop is a catchup move; local computer to cloud syncing is nothing new. In fact, a lot of the interface design and features look like they were ripped directly from Dropbox.