So I was trying to find another service that also has an accessible desktop app, and easy shared links, like DB, but with more storage and fewer traffic restrictions.
Thanks to forum user NicklasMCHD, I found it in a service literally just called (sync.com) (note: not the same as Resillio sync) LOL.
I'm going to lay out the pros and cons that I've noticed after using it for a couple weeks real quick, then give you Niclas's referral link at the bottom of the post, so you can sign up if you want, which will get both you and him an extra gig of space for free.
The Windows and IPhone apps, as well as the web interface are almost fully accessible, and way better than any service I've seen so far, including Dropbox.
You start with 5GB of space, as compared to dropbox's 2GB, and you can get another gig by completing some basic actions, such as verifying your email and installing the desktop app (much better than having to follow the service on facebook or twitter which some people don't even have) something that many other services ask...
Their are no traffic limits, annoying ads, or additional wait times for downloaders to deal with.
You can share both files and folders with people not using sync.
Their is no size limit for uploading files.
You can earn an unlimited amount of extra space via referrals, and the rewards happen instantly; plus, the other person gets something too, which isn't always the case with other services.
Security is very high, with no need to provide your name in sign up, optional two factor authentication, unique device tokens, the ability to password protect shared links, a 0 knowledge framework, back and forth encryption for syncing, servers located in a country with good privacy laws, and allot of recommendations from third party security experts.
The lowest tier personal paid plan is priced very well compared to other services that offer fewer features, at 50 bucks per year, or 4 bucks a month for 500GB, which is as much as a cheap external hard drive but allot safer...
You are able to upload files to a folder that you've been given a link to, even if you don't have a Sync account, but only if that person has a paid plan.
If you want to, you can set up a monthly data usage quota if you have a data plan that you don't want to go over, like on your phone.
The web interface on Safari for Mac has some major accessibility problems, and while you can upload files or folders and create basic links, it's necessary for several other functions.
Do to security concerns, direct links (those that skip the download page) are not supported, which means that you can not simply give out a link to a media stream that someone can put into their media player of choice or use on RS Games or the Playroom, though you can stream from the download page.
Do to the high security, when you edit a file, it has to reupload the entire file again rather than just updating it (though I can't really see this negatively effecting you unless your under a highly restrictive dataplan, or your editing really big individual files, like long videos or audio productions.
Their are no options for integrating with third party applications such as Google docs or Microsoft word, nor as many extra workflow features the way their are with services like google drive and 1drive.
Annoyingly, you can't password protect a link from the context menu, you have to use the web interface instead.
You are limited to a maximum sync speed of 5 megabytes per second (no not megabits ) in the free version (not sure if this effects public links though).
A couple little extra things.
When signing up, the submit button is kinda weird and your better off just hitting alt shift S.
When using NVDA, you need to select any tab with the object navigator (NVDA shift arrows and NVDA enter on laptop) when using the sync control panel via the system tray icon before you can start using control tab and control shift tab like normal.
In firefox, you sometimes need to tab out of a dialog in the account settings rather than hitting the close button.
Similarly, if you are editing a link's properties via the (manage link) option in the context menu, than you will not get any confirmation when hitting the save button, and must hit the unlabeled button at the top of the page to exit the dialog.
Also, when viewing a folder on the web, you will see some unlabeled clickables above each file, but they do the same thing as hitting enter on the link or using the actions menu as far as I've seen, so don't worry about it.
You can't use sync like a secure backup service, E.G. uploading straight to the cloud and keeping the files their rather than on your computer as well, unless you have a paid account, so if that matters to you, just keep that in mind.
The application isn't stored in program files like usual, it's in users\YourUsername\appdata\local\programs\sync and also has two other folders in the local appdata root, sync config and sync logs.
The enhanced link option will run decryption on the downloader's local machine rather than through sync's server like usual, but the data is encrypted both ways with private keys anyway, and it's debatable weather that's even safer anyway, since your local machine is generally much easier to compromise than a dedicated server. Plus, it only works with files up to 25GB in size on Chrome, 500MB in size on other browsers, and doesn't work at all if your using Safari or most mobile browsers.
I haven't tested with Jaws or narrator, or browsers other than firefox, Chrome, and IE11, and I don't have a phone to test the Android app with.
Anyway, here's his link... :-)
Well Ted, it sure looks like there's been uh, quite a bit of violence around here
"aaoh, that violence was terrible'!"
Yeah it was, pretty bad.