Shareit! No, we do not encourage you to share anything, but Shareit is the name of one of the best file sharing app, having a fast cross-platform transfer speed and free online feeds, like movies, videos, music. You get the idea. If you have the intention to enjoy and manage your videos and music, you can with the dominant media player added by the devs to the app. Now, Shareit 4.8.78 allows us to share the Garena Free Fire mobile Battle Royale game, and that comes after the app permitted us to send PUBG Mobile.
Shareit is the most popular file sharing app, with tons of cool features
Some of the features of the app will make you like, if not love this app, as it is 200 times faster than Bluetooth. Having the highest speed up to 20M/s, you can transfer all types of files without losing quality. The HD & Selective, along with the offline watching, is continuously updated so that you can enjoy unlimited online videos. Another great thing about Shareit is that it supports almost all formats, and you will have smooth playing experience.
Shareit will not allow you to get bored of it, as, on the app, you will find tens of millions of high-quality songs, along with thousands of curated playlists that you can play online or offline. Are you not buying it? Well, good luck at getting bored with the powerful equalizer that provides immersive experiences for you.
Do you think this is all that this app has to offer? If you are a meme freak, you will be surprised to find out that Shareit has some cool GIFs, Wallpapers and Stickers, and you can personalize, download and share them.
Shareit 4.8.78 allows us to share Garena Free Fire
The first feature will allow you to share the complete set of Garena Free Fire game. The next feature introduced will help you check the total size of the files you send and receive in the ‘Local’ section.
Another awesome thing is that Shareit 4.8.78 is improving the playback experience, so you can enjoy using this app whenever and wherever you want.
You can already download Shareit 4.8.78 from the Google Play Store.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.