We have to admit that we all need a file-sharing app in our lives in 2020, when sending files from a laptop to a smartphone or vice versa is something so common. That’s where an app like SHAREit comes in handy, as it’s perhaps the fastest one ever made for this kind of purpose. With speeds up to 20MB/s, SHAREit will send your files in no-time, 200 times faster than a Bluetooth connection.
But the developers of SHAREit are improving their app even more, because you know how things go in technology: there’s always room for more, and the standards keep growing. Therefore, the 5.5.88 update just arrived, and it’s ready to download.
What’s new in the 5.5.88 update
If you ever had a problem with the design of the SHAREit app, you should know that it just became more user-friendly than ever. Both the sender and the receiver pages have been redesigned in order to provide a more pleasant looking experience. But the good news is far from over. The 5.5.88 update also brings for SHAREit users an optimized playback experience.
How to get the 5.5.88 update
The new update for SHAREit will finish rolling out for all users via OTA (over the air), and getting your hands on it is like a walk in the park. All you need in order to get it is a stable WiFi connection, as a relevant notification will appear on your screen and inviting you to update.
Need anymore reasons to try out SHAREit? Check out what this part of the official description from Google’s Play Store has to say:
“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.”
Being a cross-platform app, SHAREit can be accessed from Android, iOS, PC, and also macOS. Through the app, you are free to transfer files such as videos, songs, and even other apps.
Brian Dan is just getting his feet wet as a tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.