Introducing new nearby share: In daily life, we always need to share any content on the smartphone. It can be a picture, video, audio, or any kind of file. But unfortunately, there was no default app to do this on Android devices. And that’s why we needed to use third-party applications to share content. Such as SHAREit which is one of the most widely used software.
But now Google has introduced a default content sharing system in its Android operating system. Google has named it Nearby Sharing. So hopefully, from now on you will no longer have to rely on SHAREit or similar content sharing applications.
This new feature of Google will come to all Android devices very soon. But in this case, your device must be running on Android 6.0 or above. And confirmed that this wonderful feature will be available for all Android phones in the next few weeks.
Google’s new feature is a lot like Apple’s AirDrop. If you’ve ever used an Apple device, you must be familiar with Apple’s AirDrop. This allows you to share any content on any Apple device. Such as iPhone, Mac, iMac, iPad, etc.
In fact, this feature of Apple is very useful. Because sometimes we need to transfer or share different content from one device to another.
But Google has so far limited this Nearby Sharing feature to Android devices. You can’t share on a mobile from a laptop like Apple if you want to. That means it can still only be shared from Android to Android. Cannot be transferred from Android to Windows laptop or computer. Anyway, hopefully, Google will add this feature soon.
Easily Share Files With New Nearby Sharing
Your privacy is also very important when you want to share something. Google also has this in mind. You can easily maintain your privacy from the settings. If you want, you can hide your device completely or turn it on for certain devices. Again, if you want, you can turn it on for all devices.
Another thing is very important, you do not need to update your operating system to get this new feature of Google. Google will connect it to the Google Play service. And hopefully, in the next few weeks, we will all be able to share files easily using this feature.
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