I developed FileStorks to ease the process of sending files between devices without the limitations of device or software compatibility. While I recognize a demand for this type of service, I do not intend to monetize FileStorks.
All your files are stored in a free database service by Firebase. Since I am using a free version of Firebase, I have a limited storage space to store all files. Therefore, to save and maintain a healthy storage amount, all folders will have a cap of 100 MB.
As the admin of FileStorks, I have access to all files that are being uploaded. The best thing to do to ensure privacy and to maintain a functional storage space is to shred your folders after use. Is there a way to void my access to all your files? I'm not sure. Is there someone that can watch over me to make sure I do not violate your privacy by looking at your data? None that I know off. The best I can do is give you my word that I will not infringe on your privacy as your trust is much more valuable to me than anything.
As an indie dev, consumer trust is the only credit I can gain from all my products. Therefore, I feel that it is my responsibility to be transparent with my users to achieve some level of trust. If you have any questions or concerns, I can easily be reached directly via Twitter or by email at email@example.com
Use FileStorks to share and receive photos, documents, and more with others without the hardware, software, or physical limitations.
Create a shared folder
Upload your files to the folder
Share the secure link of the folder to others