There are numerous options and claiming that a particular one is the best is
likely to result in howls of protest from fans of alternatives.
With that caveat, I am a big fan of Sendspace (www.sendspace.com
<http://www.sendspace.com> ). The website, while not the last word in
accessibility, is far and away easier to navigate with a screen reader than
Dropbox. If you install their app, accessibility is brilliant in Windows
and not too bad on Mac.
You can have either a free account or several options for a paid account. A
paid account gives you faster download speed, no ads and no expiry on
retention of files.
For sending people demos, you can either paste the link into an email, which
I normally do, or send a formal email, both options available via the
Application Key in the app. It is a bit messier from the website, more so
for me because I rarely use that option.
One important consideration is that Sendspace does not automatically sync
material between your computer and itself. That is, you have to manually
upload a file to Sendspace and delete it when you no longer want it there.
Fans of Dropbox and others may not like that approach.
<audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Justin Williams
Sent: Friday, 13 December 2019 6:48 AM
Subject: [audacity4blind] sending demos
Other than dropbox, what is the best way to send a demo to people.