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File Transferring Apps (2019 edition)

Ever went through that period of wanting to send a file from your PC to your mobile phone, or sharing a file with your friend through your devices but needing to undergo completed means to do? I think most of us did. These days, thanks to brilliant minds and new technologies, it’s now much more comfortable to share and transfer files with the use of dedicated file-sharing apps. We already know of the popular app SHAREit, so here are some lesser known apps that get the sharing job done. Check them out! 


AirDroid allows file transfer across devices — mobile, PC, Mac, and even tablets. It also enables users to access and manage their Android phone or tablet from Windows, Mac, and Linux wirelessly. The app also has a backup and sync feature, where users can back up their files from their mobile to computer.

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Instashare utilizes a local WiFi connection to transfer and receive files. There are no file type restrictions in using Instashare, and there is also no need to input specific passwords or device pairing for the sharing to work. Instashare is also capable of sharing files between Android and iOS devices.

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Portal – WiFi File Transfers

Developed by the makers of Pushbullet, Portal allows users to transfer files from a computer to your mobile in a second. Portal can transfer individual files, multiple files, or whole folders — it has no file type restrictions nor size limits. Files are always transferred via WiFi, so there’s no need to fret about using up mobile data to share files.

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Feem v4

Feem v4 transfers and shares files without size limits and type restrictions. It needs devices to be connected to the same WiFi router or hotspot for the sharing to work. It also has a built-in video player, music player, and file browser to view the files you have just shared.

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Will you try out any of these sharing apps soon? Let us know in the comments below!

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3 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    Files by Google is lightweight (it used to be Files Go, part of Android Go) and transfers files up to 480mbps speed. Samsung and Huawei phones can also make use of Wifi Direct to share files at wifi speed.
    And don’t forget Bluetooth, it’s slow but at least it’s built-in and works for every Android without installing an app.

  2. Peter Hud says:

    Why dint you include Shareit

  3. Arvin says:

    Full of ads

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