Xender App Free Download – Bluetooth has been the most notable means of file sharing for short distance communicating devices. Bluetooth works for two devices and was developed a few years back. During which it was very valuable but with years having gone by it is inevitable that some higher technology solution has to be created. Wi-Fi came into existence and brought along with it a better way of sharing data.
It became notable that Bluetooth can only allow quick sharing for files lower than 100mb, if the said file is bigger than 100mb the time lapse for successful transfer is usually too much. Same occurs for Smartphones, sharing large files through Bluetooth leaves one doubting their patience attributes.
USB then came into the picture to simplify the time lapse that occurs during sharing files between devices. USB did its own part of the job and yet again started falling short of basic expectations, when sharing between a PC and a phone most times the USB connection becomes unavailable for no reason. And when it finally connects can also have a notable lag in ease of sending files to the other device.
Now you can send and receive files through Xender App in very fast speed as opposed to its predecessors. Xender app is a file sharing application which uses Wi-Fi technology to create a great impact between two communicating devices.
Xender app allows two devices to communicate with each other on a super fast, minimum requirement, no cost attached and super duper mobile connection that opposes the traditional Bluetooth services.
How To Use Xender Xender App
- Download And Install Xender On Both Device
- Create Your Profile (enter every needed info).
- Open Xender On Both Devices.
- Tap ‘Connect Friends’ or the ‘+’ Icon and ‘Create Group.’
- The Other Device Will Tap On ‘Join Group’
- Then Click On The Name On The Phone It Wants To Connect To.
- Both Devices Are Now Connected To A Private Wi-Fi Network
- Choose What You Want To Share And Click On The Share Button.
Some would say Xender has a disadvantage of requiring both devices to have the app installed before they can communicate with each other but I hugely disagree. Even with the common Bluetooth, both devices will have to enable Bluetooth and still accept the file being sent. Same with Wi-Fi, one device has to share through hotspot while the other connects through the Wi-Fi option.
Each user can also share apps between devices even if its source file isn’t located on your SD card. And the great advantage of Xender is it allows users to share in groups of devices same time.