Xender is now considered one of the most useful file transfer apps. It works flawlessly on systems such as Windows or mobile platforms.
But if you get bored with the same features and settings, you can always try something new. Some alternatives are great, while others don’t stand a chance. Here are the best Xender alternatives for Windows 10.
Send Anywhere has a clean layout, and everything is easily accessible. Similar to Xender, this alternative works perfect on Windows 10.
You’ll notice that all file types are categorized and identified in tabs. Send Anywhere will generate a QR code and a passphrase every time you want to send files, for verification purposes. You can also choose to create a shareable link, and send up to 10GB.
Windows Nearby Sharing
The Nearby Sharing feature in Windows 10 was launched in 2018. It runs flawlessly between two Windows 10 systems only. At the moment, there is no support for smartphones.
To start the sharing process, right-click on any file, and choose the Share button. Then, it will detect nearby Windows 10 systems and display them. You can send any files via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. It also works with the Microsoft Edge browser. Once a file is shared, both systems will get a notification in the Action Center.
AirDroid is another great Xender alternative. The app allows you to manage and control some functions of your smartphone remotely.
You will get an SMS and app notifications on Windows so that you can reply. Take photos or record a video utilizing your smartphone via the Windows app. The transfer process is easy. There is a Nearby option that you can utilize without signing in.
SHAREit is useful for transferring files and links between devices. You can enter a passcode or scan a QR code to connect. If you use the same Wi-Fi network, just scan for nearby devices.
SHAREit is a worthy Xender alternative and is available on all mobile and desktop platforms.
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