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Filepicker Reviews


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Intended Users
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profit, Public Administrations, Small Business
Devices Supported
Linux, Mac, Windows, Web-based, Windows Phone, Mobile Web App
Supported Countries
Asia, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe, Germany, India, Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States
Supported Languages
Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Taiwanese, Turkish
Support Options
FAQs, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Phone Support

Filepicker Pricing

Starting from: $29.00/month

Pricing model: Free, Subscription

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

Filepicker has a forever free plan with 500 uploaded files per month. Our paid plans all have 10 day free trials for you to test how it will work with your systems. As you grow, we have plans with more features and uploads.

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Key Features of Filepicker

  • Upload multiple files
  • Image Conversions
  • iOS Library
  • Android Library
  • Secure
  • Developer libraries
  • CDN Support
  • Easy to use Documentation
  • Customizable
  • Multiple file uploads
  • Ruby, CarrierWave libraries
  • django, Meteor, Node.js libraries
  • PhoneGap Support
  • CakePHP, Typo 3 libraries
  • Dropbox, Google Drive, Box integration
  • Facebook, Instagram, Evernote integration
  • Flickr, Picasa integration
  • GitHub, DAV, FTP sources


Uploading files from all these sources to your website or mobile app can be difficult. Your users have to leave your site and individually download their files before they can pass them along to you. Doing so creates an unpleasant friction in what should be a simple experience.

Rather than requiring your user to repeatedly work though this process, you'd like them to be able to upload files directly from the services they already use: photos from Facebook or Instagram, documents from Dropbox or Amazon Cloud Drive.

Filepicker lets you do this.

In two lines of code, you can replace your traditional upload button with one that allows your users to select from their accounts on other services, pick which files they'd like to upload, and have those files sent directly to you. Your users will never have to leave your site to send you files.

Filepicker takes the headache out of file uploads.

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