4 apps to share iOS, Android and Windows files

As a child-free, married couple in our late 20s, when my husband and I aren’t asking the other what we should have for dinner, we’re sharing videos and pictures of our 5-year-old tuxedo cat. But when my husband moved to Android — and left the iMessage cult — we found that sharing multiple images and videos isn’t easy. And because waiting for Apple to open up iMessage to other platforms feels like a “when pigs fly” situation, I took to the App Store to find an easy way to share gigabyte upon gigabyte of high-resolution cat footage. Typical email accounts such as Gmail and cloud storage sites as like DropBox or OneDrive have limits on what file sizes you can share and storage capacity. That’s especially true if you just want a free account. Even in the enterprise, it’s not uncommon to find your company has a filter on the file-size of outgoing attachments. But your email account, third-party messaging apps and cloud storage aren’t your only options to share large or multiple files. In
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