For the past few weeks Google has been testing its own file sharing service dubbed Nearby Share on Google Play services beta. This might be Google take on Apple’s Airdrop which is due to launch for the long time!
This software agent informed all the manufacturers to enable nearby share on all the compatible devices.
This should be enable by the end of July or in the first weeks of August. If this feature is enabled uses can drop the files across devices in a span of seconds.
Now latest information around the nearby share application or service come to ashram the XDA’s editor-in-chief Mishaal Rahman. But then again Rahman did mention that this cannot be confirmed at the moment.
Nearby share bye Google is an attempt to build standardized solution for instant file transactions! Moreover define speed during the transfer and the overall experience could be hassle free when this application service is used.
Google also mention that nearby share will be supported by all Android devices regardless of the manufacturers. Also nearby Chevrolet support all the devices running Android 6.0 which is marshmallow. Android marshmallow was announced back in 2015 so it is good to see that Google is packing this feature to back devices which will launched 5 years ago!
Furthermore Google will not limit this application service just for the Android. This feature will make its way to the machines running Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS.
We personally expect this feature to be unveiled with the Pixel 4a during the keynote announcement. As per the Pixel 4a launch event we do not have any information has the launch has been postponed for almost three times now.
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