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Video Fast Five: WiFi Transfer Apps

There are a lot of ways to transfer files from one device to another — there’s Bluetooth, swapping of microSD cards, USB OTG, or online via messaging services, e-mail, or cloud-based file storage services.

However, these methods are often slow, cumbersome, not supported by Apple devices, or require the internet. To address those issues, we’re going for a faster and more convenient option – WiFi File Transfer Apps.

Here’s five of them:

Editor’s Note: The apps we selected are those that work cross-platform, meaning they work both on Android and iOS and can transfer files to each other.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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4 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    These apps are not that ideal, and most are somewhat bloated, having many unnecessary features and apps. For me, the best file sharing app is Solid Explorer, with the FTP server plugin. It allows the other device to have FTP access to your storage, and acts as if it is a mounted storage on his phone. Using that, the other device can copy/move files from and to your device.

  2. Alex says:

    Which one is best for Android, and Apple?

  3. Christopher says:

    For me, the only app that matters is the app that can transfer files really FAST. And the best app that meets my requirement is SHAREIT. Period.

    • Anonymous says:

      Most of these apps can transfer files fast. Shareit is fast, because it uses WiFi to transfer apps, when most people are used to transferring via bluetooth.

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