Encrypt your stuff with Otixo and keep it (safe) in your favorite places!


Our latest feature debut is here and we’re pretty darn excited about it. The Otixo Developers have created a new encryption function using AES 256 with a mix of server-side and end-to-end encryption, depending on where you’re encrypting your files. To read more about how our encryption works go here.

Unlimited encryption is just 99¢ a month, but every free account has 5 opportunities to try it out. Its addition is triggering changes throughout our service – read on to see how Sharing, Spaces and Pricing will be forever altered.

Sharing & Spaces

All sharing now happens within a Space. Sharing encrypted files with Spaces alleviates the usual perils of sharing encrypted files – you’ll never need to share a key. Keys are shared through access to Spaces and revoked at any time. Read more about how Spaces work here.

Unlimited Transfers

We’re taking the transfer restrictions off of our free account. Transfer as many files as you like, at any time. Here’s a glimpse of our new pricing model:


In our wildest dreams, we could never have gotten this far without the support of our users. Thanks for using Otixo and thank you for sharing us with your network!


This entry has 4 replies

  1. Paul says:

    I like Otixo

    its a shame the new basic plan now limits free file transfers to 250mb, I know its only a $1 per month to upgrade, but other cloud to cloud transfer sites still for the moment offer higher file size transfers for FREE, shame I liked it here

    • admin says:

      Hi Paul – it’s not a limit on transfers, only on single file size. Sorry you’re bummed about this!

  2. Duane says:

    I’m giving Otixo another try after an absence of a couple of years. It appears the speed and reliability of file transfers between cloud services has greatly improved. And I’m both impressed and amazed by the features of the basic (free) account. $0.99/month is well worth the upgrade to the secure account for the larger file transfers.

    My only concern with Otixo is the lack of two-factor authentication. Even though I use a very secure password with Otixo, with so many cloud services (all of which offer dual-authentication) connected to one application, I would sleep a lot better knowing that my Otixo account (and by extension all of my other Cloud services) was more secure. Even a simple email to the Otixo account owner informing them that someone has logged into their Otixo account would be welcome improvement in security. Maybe some day?

    • admin says:

      Thanks, Duane. 2 factor authentication is important to us, especially with our encryption feature. Rest assured that you’ll see it soon!

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