Xender is a piece of software that was designed specifically to help Android users transfer large files between devices at as fast a rate as possible.
Xender is a piece of software that was designed specifically to help Android users transfer large files between devices at as fast a rate as possible. Since the software uses NFC protocols to transfer data, it is much faster than WiFi or Bluetooth. If every device involved in the transfer uses such protocols, the transfers can occur at speeds of up to 40 times faster than they would if transferred with simple Bluetooth.
The software allows you to share and send just about anything stored in your Android device. It can send files, videos, full apps, contacts, music, images, and much more. You need to be physically close to the person with whom you are transferring data, and then you only need to make the group inside the app. Anyone in the group will be able to access the transfer.
The only requirements for the software are that the users be near each other and that the software be properly installed. You can sync as many local devices as you would like, and you can send files with blazing fast speeds. It has a UI that is easy to use and quite responsive, and it supports simultaneous transfers between up to five devices.
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