Nowadays, everybody needs an efficient app for sharing files to and from a laptop. Whether you’re sending photos between devices, passing to your friend a song or a photo, or you’re willing to see your recorded videos on a bigger screen, a file-sharing app like SHAREit is always useful.
At 200 times faster than Bluetooth connection, SHAREit is considered the fastest sharing app in the world. You can use it to transfer all types of files cross-platform, and now it’s becoming even better.
The 5.3.88 update is here
With the developers of SHAREit constantly looking for new ways of improving their wonderful app, the 5.3.88 update has arrived and ready to be installed OTA (over the air). That means that all you need to get it is a stable Wi-Fi connection. And, of course, having thee SHAREit app installed on your device.
If you’re hesitant about installing the new update, you shouldn’t be. It brings significant bug fixes, along with providing even faster file-sharing performances for the app. For instance, the new update fixes an issue that displayed incorrect pictures of the receiver’s avatar on the sender’s smartphone. Avatars are clearly not something to mess around with and have to be taken seriously! Furthermore, the issue made it difficult for users to realize what person is going to receive their files.
If you don’t have SHAREit installed on your smartphone, and you’re not willing to change that, maybe this part of the official description from the Google Play Store will change your mind:
“SHAREit, excellent sharing app with fast cross-platform transfer speed & free online feeds including movies, videos, music, wallpapers, GIFs. SHAREit also added powerful media player, which helps you manage & enjoy your own videos and music.”
Thankfully, the internet nowadays is rich in entertaining content, and having an efficient sharing app like SHAREit at your disposal is a ‘must’. Try it out if you haven’t done so already, and you won’t regret it!
Carter Wetlaugher is just getting his start as a journalist. Carter attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from photography to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Carter also helps Tech Life up and running, he also keeps our social media feeds up-to-date.