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Xender: Top Three Highlight “File-Sharing” Features


Some people like to use Android smartphones while others prefer iPhones. The two operating systems have their own exclusive features that make special, but they both share the same flaw. Apple and Google have restricted their mobile operating systems from interacting with each other and therefore, users are required to rely on third-party apps when it comes to sharing files.

Even though most people share non-important files such as funny memes and videos, others need to transfer important data like work documents for example and here is where the operating system restrictions enforced by Apple and Google prove to be quite problematic. Luckily, Xender will provide both Android and iOS users with all the file sharing features that they need.

Introducing: Xender

Xender is a powerful file sharing app that has been downloaded by millions of people from all over the world. The fact that millions of people are using Xender shows us that all the features that this app has to offer are of premium. With that said, let’s check out which are some of the highlight features that Xender has to offer.

  • Multiple Operating Systems Support

As we previously mentioned, Xender can bridge the gap between Android and iOS powered devices. However, those are not the only operating systems that Xender supports. Xender can also be installed on Microsoft’s Windows operating system which means that users can share files to PCs from their smartphones.

  • File Manager

One of the features that makes Xender stand out when compared to other apps which excel at sharing important data is its built-in file manager. This feature makes it easier for Xender users to take actions such as move, edit, delete, create a backup copy and many more on files that are saved on the smartphone’s ROM.

  • 200 Times Faster than Bluetooth

The last highlight feature that we want to go over is Xender’s file transfer speed. Xender is 200 times faster than Bluetooth and it can share files at speeds that reach up to 40MB/s.