If you downloaded SHAREit recently and don’t know more about the app’s features, you should know that there are plenty of them.
SHAREit has been downloaded by more than 10 million times, only on the Google Play Store. The app also offers a genuine experience and a friendly user interface. Here are some of the best features that you should know.
Faster Than Bluetooth
One of the most significant features of SHAREit is about speed. The app excels at transferring all your important files between smartphones. The developers have optimized the app’s software to the point that it can send files at 20MB/s – 200 times faster than Bluetooth.
Integrated Music and Video Player
SHAREit can also be used to stream online videos and listen to music thanks to its built-in video and music player. For instance, the video player supports almost all video known formats, which means that it can replace third-party apps like VLC.
The app’s music player, on the other hand, is equipped with a steady equalizer that can be utilized to make music sound the best.
Infinite Online Videos
Even if SHAREit is focused on transferring files, it can also be utilized for entertainment. You’ll notice that the app is equipped with a special tab in its friendly user interface, dubbed Infinite Online videos.
Given the feature’s name, SHAREit users can stream thousands of online videos that they can watch later. The best part is that the videos are available both online and offline.
All Types of Files Are Supported
SHAREit supports all types of files! You can transfer anything you want, starting with photos, videos, and ending with fully installed apps and software.
Another great feature that SHAREit provides is exploring and discovering trending music and lots of playlists. You can choose to listen to music, both online and offline.
SHAREit is a cross-platform app so you can install it both on Android and iOS devices. You’ll find it very easy to transfer any files with a smartphone that runs on a different operating system.
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