Sharing files was a lot more difficult back in the day. However, things became a lot easier when sharing apps appeared. ShareIt was one of the first ones and it made it very simple to transfer files between devices.
Nonetheless, the app changed in time. Intrusive ads and notifications are common nowadays. Therefore, you might be looking for a new sharing app. We have a couple of alternatives prepared for you.
With Zapya, an internet connection is not required. It is possible to transfer files between PcS, iPhones, and Android phones without using your mobile data or Wi-Fi. In fact, there are three ways to share a file when you use Zapya. You can generate a personalized QR code that can be scanned by others, you can create a group and invite others to join it or you can just send the files. Zapya comes with support for 20 languages.
SilFer File Transfer
SilFer allows you to transfer files using hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct, and Wifi. You can also use a QR code to connect with others. This app also allows you to choose the folder in which you want to save the files at the time of the transfer.
With SilFer you can also send voice messages and text messages, and it also supports audio and video stream. You can transfer any type of file, no matter how big it is. It is also possible to share folders. Transfer is possible between phone/phone, phone/PC, PC/phone and PC/PC.
Xender is another great alternative. You can share any kind of files and the speed is 200 times bigger than the Bluetooth transfer one. The app has more than 500 million users, and there are more than 100 million transfers every day. Xender supports Android, IOS, Tizen, Windows, PC/ Mac cross-platform transferring.
Laura Modin has lived in Las Cruces her whole life. Laura has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and The The Santa Fe New Mexican. As a journalist for News Lair, Laura covers national and international developments.