Xender is a powerful app that has made its name in the Android community by offering users access to a plethora of file sharing features that make it so much easier to transfer all types of files between multiple smartphones. While the features that Xender offers are useful, this is not the reason why the app is making headlines on our website today and instead, we want to present that Xender has just received a new update which sports the 4.8.0 Prime version number. With that said, let’s go ahead and check out which are the “goodies” that the new update introduces.
Xender 4.8.0 Prime Update
If you enjoy using Xender to share files with your friends, then you should be pleased to find out that a brand-new update which is changing the app’s version number to 4.8.0 Prime is now rolling out. Since the update is being released via OTA (over the air) channels, then the only thing that Xender fans need to do in order to access it is to keep their smartphones connected to a stable Wi-Fi network.
Some of you might be disappointed to find out that the new update doesn’t come with any new features or “flashy” changes to the design but fortunately, the app’s developers make up for that by introducing a bunch of bug fixes in this latest update. The bug fixes are taking the software stability of Xender to the next level and lowering the number of crashes.
Now that we have presented the latest update for Xender, let’s take a look at what are the best features that the app has to offer.
- Transfer anything you want, from documents, music, pictures, to videos and apps;
- Imagine sending your party video to friends in seconds! The highest speed can reach 40Mb/s;
- Simplifies connections of phones & tablets & PC/Mac and supports you to share any files between Android, iOS and Windows operation systems;
- Smart switch mobile data like contacts, SMS, pictures, music, videos, games and any other files from your old phone to the new one in one simple step.
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.