Most of the times mobile users have to face a big problem: the lack of options for transferring files from an iOS to an Android mobile or to receive data from Android to iOS systems. Until now, nobody could mention a safe and efficient way to send or accept photos, videos, different folders or other types of files from Android to iOS and vice-versa.
Recently, tech fans have spread the information about Xender, an awesome free app that allows smartphone users to share files fast and easy. It can be used both on Android and iOS, so it’s worth a wider presentation.
What’s up with Xender and how can it be used?
At the moment, Xender is probably the best data transfer tool available for all devices. Also, you don’t need an Internet connection to use it and you can download it without worrying about security. Whenever you want to use the app in your browser, all you have to do is scan the code from the webpage onto your device.
Another advantage of using Xender is that you can create your own private network and synchronise its functioning between devices. Also, it can help you share and receive files from one to many gadgets or from one to one.
Steps for downloading Xender on iPhone (iOS 10/9) and Android
When you decide to start using the app on your mobile, you have to download it by a simple process.
- If you are an Android user, open the Xender app on your phone and tap on the Rocket icon from the bottom right corner;
- Tap on Transfer from/to iOS and the device run by Android will create a virtual network which will be shown on iPhone Wi-Fi settings. In order to find it, you have to go to Settings – Wi-Fi – Choose a network, then connect to it;
- Open Xender on iOS (if you have an iPhone or iPad) and press the Connect button which you will find on the bottom. After this, you iDevice is automatically connected.
You can try the app for yourself and see how it works. Just remember that it is important to keep it up to date if you want to get the best results every time you use it.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.