SHAREit is considered the fastest app for files sharing with support for high-speed cross-platform transfer and entirely free online feeds that include movies, videos, music, wallpapers, GIFs. Recently SHAREit also added a built-in multimedia player, permitting users to manage and watch their videos and music files. Just today, SHAREit 4.6.48_ww came out with a better-optimized experience and several bug fixes.
According to the official SHAREit description, the app is allowing users to share files at speed by 200 times higher than that of Bluetooth but limited to 20 Mbps. Besides, this fast files sharing app supports all type of files, meaning that users can transfer everything from photos, videos, and music to installed applications and documents.
With SHAREit, you can access a continuously-updated collection of online videos, and the best part of it is that you can watch videos even when offline. Also, SHAREit boasts a built-in multimedia player for you to view your videos and music files.
SHAREit 4.6.48_ww Is Available With A Better-Optimized Experience
Today, January 12th, SHAREit 4.6.48_ww came out with several changes and improvements. More specifically, the new SHAREit 4.6.48_ww boasts an optimized transfer experience, improved support for gestures for fast forward and back function, plus enhanced local video list. In addition to all those changes, the devs also fixed some bugs with this update.
SHAREit 4.6.48_ww runs on Android 4.1 or higher, but the developers recommend Android 7.0 Nougat for the best user experience. The new update is already available on the Google Play Store, of course, for Android devices. You can also download and install the fastest files sharing application from your favorite APK site.
SHAREit app for sharing and transfer app is also available on iOS, Windows, Windows Phone, and macOS, besides Android. Thus, you can transfer files between platforms at the highest speed possible for a file sharing application.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.