Put.io is a data aggregator that pulls data from sites across the Internet and stores them for you.
- OS, Android, Plex servers, and many more applications, operating systems and devices.
- There is a REST-ful API available if you want to develop your own interfaces to the put.
- Enables you to download all sorts of web content onto put.io and then pull the data from put.io onto one or more devices from there.
- Applications which enable using put.io data on various devices, operating systems and browsers are available.
- Pricing per month starts at $9.99 for 100GB of storage. This includes unlimited downloads to and from the system.
- Put.io does not support setting up new PayPal accounts for payments.
So what exactly does Put.io do? You tell it what to download, and it pulls your requests down into a folder on their server, and you get it from there. But why do this? One good reason for this is to use their bandwidth to download things so that your connection remains available for other uses. In addition, downloads aren't going to your IP address, they are going to the put.io server, in case you are concerned about that sort of thing. Once the item you selected is downloaded to put.io, you can then pull it using Windows, Android, iOS, Plex, Roku...almost anything! It's a seamless way to aggregate the things you would normally download into a single location and make it available to all your devices. Speaking of devices, there are pre-built integrations available for all your common devices, such as Android, Apple TV, Chromecast, and all the smart TVs out there. There are browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox and Safari available which enable right-click downloads to put.io from any web page. Put.io is easy to use. Just download the browser extension, right-click on a file or link, and choose "send to put.io." It's that easy!