As the name suggests SHAREit is one of the most well-known sharing app that are currently available. The app allows users to intuitively share a variety of files in a quick and secure manner.
One of the drawbacks of a smartphone is that data transfer between two or more devices takes a long amount of time before it is completed. Transferring files via Bluetooth often seems to be the most accessible method but in reality you may end up waiting several minutes in order to transfer a single PDF document form one device to another.
The process can speed up by using a PC and a USB cable but in most cases it is inconvenient since the process is boring and you have to first copy the file on the PC and then paste it on the device, effectively waiting twice for what should be a single task.
SHAREit is an innovative app that allows users to quickly send important files to the other devices in a matter of minutes. The service uses the local Wi-Fi connection on order to transfer the data at blazing speeds while also keeping it safe from any potential danger.
Here are just a few features that make SHAREit a great app:
The app is very fast, supporting a maximum transfer speed of up to 20 MB/s, allowing users to transfer large files like app data and high-quality video content.
A built-in streaming platform allows users to browse and view a variety of HD videos ranging from funny vines to interesting documentaries that can help you learn new and valuable information.
Users can transfer a rich variety of files including music, photos, videos, whole apps and app data, eBooks, PDFS and many more.
Personalize your devices with a selection of beautiful wallpapers and stickers that complement your style.
In the latest update app performance has been improved. Files can now be transferred faster while videos are easier to stream.
Interested users can find the app on the Play Store. It is also available for other platforms.
Theo Smith graduated from New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Theo grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Theo has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Theo is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.