This Service Says It Can Download and Stream Anything From the Web
Offcloud facilitates secure, restriction-free downloads.
The internet is a vast and endlessly rewarding (and terrifying) place. As an entrepreneur, you source assets for your company from all kinds of places. Like business ideas, there are virtually limitless resources out there and you have to find what works for you. However, when bans, obstacles, and other restrictions keep you from getting what you need, it can be extremely frustrating.
That's where a service like Offcloud comes in. Offcloud is an innovative service that allows you to unlock file hosting and streaming sites so you can source practically any type of file from any corner of the internet — all while retaining privacy and security, the company says. Offcloud facilitates secure downloads from BitTorrent, access to Usenet/newsgroups, unblocks restrictions from Uploaded and Rapidgator, lets you backup video from YouTube, and much more. If a site allows people to download files, you'll be able to do so with speedy, anonymous downloads that bypass any restrictions.
Offcloud also offers a Zapier integration that lets you automatically upload or sync any file to Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Network Attached Storage, FTP, or WebDAV. That way, no matter how you're sourcing files, you can always keep them organized in your regular cloud storage. That's why Offcloud has earned a 4.5/5-star rating on Trustpilot.
With an Offcloud Experience Plan, you'll get unlimited link generation from premium file hosting sites, 1TB of proxy bandwidth, 50GB of cloud space, and unlimited remote uploads to support your data collection and curation. It's a seamless and safe way to build an asset library that you'll use all the time.
Improve the way you source and manage materials for your business. Get a lifetime subscription to Offcloud for 94 percent off $699 at just $39.99 for a limited time.
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