Mrrha: Pass Your Files to Multiple Uploading Sites at the Same Time
Do you upload your files to many file uploading websites? If so this manual process takes allot of your time and your effort, in uploading each file to each website alone. Well, you do not have to do that anymore, a new Arabic startup called Mrrha offers the solution to this problem.
Mrrha allows you to upload your files synchronously on the Internet and send (mirror) it to the most famous file uploading services.
Besides saving you time and effort, Mrrha offers you another benefit: in case if one of file uploading services deleted your file, it will be present on other uploading services.
Mrrha is founded by Mahmoud Elmasoudy and his brother. According to Mahmoud, The name selection of Mrrha came from the word “Mirror” in English, Mrrha means in Arabic “Mirror it”. The word mirror is used to express the act of passing the files (Mirroring it) to more than one uploading site.
Mrrha depends on several concepts in its mechanism, the most important one is the parallel uploading, which means that the file will be uploaded to Mrrha and will be sent to your choice of the uploading sites at the same time, that’s means you don’t have to wait until it’s uploaded to each uploading site.
Example: when you upload a file of 100 MB of size to five uploading sites. It will take about an hour to upload it to each one of the five uploading sites. (your upload speed depends on your Internet connection speed). But when using Mrrha, the file will be uploaded on Mrrha.com and the chosen mirroring service within one hour without the need to wait for five hours to be uploaded to each one alone.
Mrrha currently supports only 5 of the following uploading sites at the same time: RapedShare, MegaUpload, depositfiles, zshare, sharedzilla, netload, sendspace, filefactory, badongo, loadto, easyshare, flyupload.
With an uploading limit of100 MB for each file, as it’s the maximum limit in most of uploading sites it supports.
Currently Mrrha interface is in Arabic only, which means the initial target market is the Arab world, where the uploading services are used heavily among Arab internet users to share files, just look at the most famous Arabic forums to see the extensive use of the file uploading websites. Mahmoud works in one of the famous Arabic tech forums; as such he spotted the trend and came up with Mrrha as a solution to the uploading problems.
The business model of Mrrha is not clear somehow, most likely it will be Ad supported, but I suggest offering premium accounts for uploading to 10 sites or more for example.
Mrrha is self funded and has no current competition in the Arab world, it is also planning an English interface later on.