WeTransfer, the simplest way to send files around the world, expands its abilities with the new WeTransfer App. The app offers more than 40 million monthly WeTransfer users an easy way to express and share their creative ideas. It removes any hurdles to collecting and sharing different file types, and facilitates a smooth and easy workflow on mobile.
The WeTransfer app makes sharing visual and more varied content easier for everyone, whether it’s pictures, movies, documents or songs. It helps worldwide users create mood boards for clients, compose storyboards for videos or plan financial forecasts. Boards of any size can be shared by e-mail, by text or through channels like Slack or WhatsApp, right from the app. Users can also receive WeTransfer files easily on the app and view them instantly as visual boards.
One billion files a month
WeTransfer is all about letting people share their creative ideas as effortlessly as possible. The service was founded in 2009 in Amsterdam by Bas Beerens and Nalden, who wanted to create an easy platform for people to send large files without any sign-up. Now 40 million active users across 195 countries transfer a billion files every month. It’s WeTransfer’s mission to enable the effortless transfer of ideas from one creative mind to many. The company has a dual revenue model, split between advertising and premium subscriptions. WeTransfer also works with the world’s biggest brands, including Google, Samsung, Netflix and Squarespace, to develop and deliver beautiful, full-screen advertisements on its background wallpapers. The company has offices in Amsterdam and in the United States.