MegaSearch: How to Search for Files in MEGA

Are you aware of the incredible potential of Mega but wondering how to find the files uploaded to this fantastic service? Don't worry: in the magnum sea of ​​the Internet there is a valid, efficient and easy-to-use solution for you. We are talking about MegaSearch.

Mega is one of the best cloud and file hosting services available online, it offers plenty of free space (50GB) and full encryption of user uploaded data via RSA algorithm with 2048 bit personal key. Mega is the spiritual successor to another Kim Dotcom service, the famous Megaupload. mega.nz, It offers security (thanks to encryption and its headquarters in New Zealand) and speed both download and upload.

Unfortunately, it is less widely used than its predecessor Megaupload, which for a time became the file-sharing platform of choice for many users.

To help users find links to files hosted on Mega and the countless file-sharing services that have divided the market after Megaupload's demise, a convenient search engine has been born: MegaSearch in fact. In fact, the name says it all.

MegaSearch: how does it work?

The MegaSearch database is made up of links from various services other than Mega: Openload, Uptobox, Uplea, 1fisher, Uploaded, Rapidgator, Turbobit, Keep2share, Bitshare, FileFactory, Free, Oboom, Filepost, Depfile, Firedrive, Mediafire, Uploadable , Zippyshare.

When you arrive at MegaSearch you will find yourself in front of the typical search bar in which you have to insert the name of what you want to find, then you only have to press the enter key on your keyboard or click on the magnifying glass to search the large database of service data any correspondence.

At this point you can refine your search, on the left you will find several parameters:

  • The order in which the results will be displayed ...
  • The results of which hosting services to show
  • Categories (Video, Music, Documents, Books, Programs, Games, Android, iOS)

You can then choose a file and go to the link.

WarningWe want to point out that this page describes a service for informational purposes. The use that you can make of it (for example, downloading content protected by copyright) does not concern us. MegaSearch is also committed to keeping its database clean of pirated content, eliminating the content that is communicated to it.

A service very similar to MegaSearch is Filediva… Maybe they will stop by here!