When I first heard about AirBnb, I thought it was the perfect platform for hosting a number of my favorite websites.
Then, the app started to lose users, leading to a number the app was forced to abandon.
But the app still offered a good amount of features, so I decided to try it out and it worked.
The app lets you host your files on your Google Drive account, with all the features of a regular Dropbox, plus the added bonus of a secure file hosting feature that you can’t find on any other file hosting service.
This is great for those who don’t have a Dropbox account, but have a Google account or are just starting out.
AirBnn has a number a features, but I’d like to highlight the ones I’m most looking forward to.
In addition to being able to upload, delete, and organize files, you can create and share folders.
You can also create a link to a folder from within the app.
There are also ways to save a folder, but that’s for another article.
All of this comes with a free 30-day trial, so it’s not as expensive as it looks.
However, the trial will expire after a year, so you might want to start saving a little more money before that.
To make it even better, the free 30 days will pay for itself within two years, so once you hit that point, you’ll be looking at a one-time fee of $9.99.
If you’re willing to pay the extra $9, you will get a 30-days free trial, plus a 100-day paid subscription for $9 a month.
The paid subscription comes with all of the benefits of the trial, but you can upgrade to a paid subscription after two years for a $10 fee.
The plan will pay out $8.99 per month for a year and you can opt to pay a one time fee of just $5 for an unlimited 30-Day Trial.
So the plan is worth it if you’re looking for something quick and easy to get going with hosting files.
In my opinion, AirBb is a great tool to get you started hosting files on Android.
It’s simple, it’s secure, and it’s super fast.
If your Google drive account is already setup, you won’t need to pay anything.
The files are easily accessible from your Google account, so no more having to type the name of each file into your browser to see what’s in it.
The site also has support for multiple storage tiers and a password reset option that will allow you to reset your password.
If that’s not enough to get started, AirBNB has also added a few more features.
First, you’re now able to add files from your home directory to your AirBnd account.
Second, Airbnb now offers support for customizing your login settings.
This option lets you customize your email address and password.
Lastly, Airbnb has a built-in media player, and you’ll also be able to watch your files with a dedicated app.
AirBNb also supports Dropbox and Google Drive as well as Dropbox and Amazon S3.
If all of these features are appealing to you, you might consider AirBbn for your next file hosting adventure.
If not, you may want to consider another service that offers similar functionality.