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Samsung’s new Wi-Fi Transfer app lets you conveniently transfer files between devices

Samsung Wi-Fi Transfer

Samsung’s Wi-Fi Transfer application has just made its way to the #PlayStore, letting users transfer files over WiFi without much fuss. File sharing is an integral part of the mobile experience, but barring Bluetooth and Cloud services, there aren’t a lot of services out there (at least from big manufacturers) that serves this purpose. The Korean manufacturer’s new app promises to solve just that.

This app is available for free from the Play Store. One big caveat here is that the app is only limited to Samsung devices. The feature was previously known as WiFi Direct and was available on all leading Android smartphones, so this technology isn’t particularly new.

If you own a non-Samsung device, there’s no need to be disheartened as there are a myriad of free and paid apps out there that can serve the same purpose. But if you own a Samsung device and know a lot of friends with Samsung devices, make sure you hit the link below to download the app.

Source: Google Play Store

Via: Android Police

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