SHAREit is the perfect app for sharing files across devices and passing them even to your friends as fast as you can say “share it”. Being about 200 times faster than Bluetooth, the app can allow the share of photos, music, videos, and even apps and games.
With cross-platform support and other advantages, SHAREit becomes even better along with the 5.3.89 update that already started rolling out. Time is a luxury for many of us, so why not add even more speed for those transfer processes?
The new update increases the performance of SHAREit even more, allowing more speed than users previously had during the file transfers. Several newly added software tweaks are speeding up the sharing. Also, the 5.3.89 update adds more software stability for the app.
Generally, most updates for apps are bringing bug fixes since there’s no such thing as perfection. Building and maintaining an app is hard, and various aspects of technology become obsolete over time. SHAREit also gets some of its bugs fixed along with the new update, as they are destined to fix some of the lagging. The app was known to have a dull and difficult start-up time, but this will happen no more due to the arrival of the 5.3.89 update.
If you’re still not convinced to start using the SHAREit app, maybe the official presentation from Google Play Store will convince you:
“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.”
In a digital world where we’re all addicted to technology, file-sharing is a critical aspect, and you never know when you need to add music to your phone from your laptop, send to somebody else photos of you, and so on. SHAREit is a very reliable app, and it’s worth installing it.
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