Facebook now enters a new market to compete directly with Google Drive, SkyDrive, iCloud and Dropbox as they are now launching a separate file sharing service for groups. The new service does not include all the benefits that we know from similar services, but Facebook says that it is “good enough” for most of the users needs, according to TechCrunch.

It seems like Facebook is extra careful to not become a platform for pirated content. You can not share music and you can not share files over 25 MB. You can share pictures, but not large files that exceed the limit on file sizes.

The service still well suited for school and work in organizations, according to Facebook.

(via TechCrunch)