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Xender: File Transfer, Sharing - Android Apps on Google Play

Need to transfer files between phones or between your phone and computer? Try Xender and experience the coolest all-in-one file transfer and sharing app!
Xender transfers anything you want, from documents, music, pictures, to videos and apps, in an instant with a few taps. Besides connection and transfer between Android devices, Xender also allows transfers between Android and iOS. With the new Connect PC mode, Xender transfers everything you need between your phone and your computer, be it PC, MAC or Chromebook.

Forget about tangled cables, slow Bluetooth, apps that have to use your mobile data and tools that need you to install software on your computer. Download Xender now.

Phone to Phone
☆ No USB, no internet, no data usage!
☆ Transfers everything - files, pictures, music, videos, even apps!
☆ Extremely fast - imagine sending your party video to friends in seconds!
☆ Supports group sharing to up to 4 devices.
☆ Supports cross platform transfer and sharing between Android and iOS devices.

Phone to PC/MAC
☆ Connects your phone to any PC/MAC - even other people’s, anywhere!
☆ Transfers everything - files, pictures, music, videos, even apps!
☆ No need to install any software on PC/MAC.
☆ Support off-line mode with high transfer speed and no internet is needed!
Pretty popular app around my circle, alongwith Shareit and Software Data Cable. Superbeam has lost fuzz.
I have never used this App.

But for my iPhone someone said install it because otherwise there is no easy way to transfer files to Android.

But now I see Shareit is more popular on iPhone.

So which one should i Install? Shareit or xender?

I do not want multiple sharing apps on iphone.

What the upside of using this instead of pushbullet? Or airdroid

Pushbullet can send files via Wifi direct when on the move? Airdroid too? Never knew that.

These apps are popular just like how Whatsapp is popular. Most people have it installed.
hmm. BT Sync does not use Wi-Fi Direct I think so probably not the best app to have if wireless networks are not available.