Many of us know the struggle of having to transfer data to a new phone. SHAREit is a capable solution for that problem that suits the needs of most users.
If you ever owned an older computer and wanted to send photos, videos, documents, or other files to a new device, you know how irritating it can be to do it manually.
Some people had to use recordable DVDs and CDs to transfer data from old machines to other, newer models, which is annoyingly slow and often requires multiple discs.
What Is SHAREit?
SHAREit allows users to transmit various data files into the cloud and then use a Wi-Fi connection or mobile data to download them to a different device of your liking.
That device can be a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. It is equally simple on all devices.
SHAREit can save plenty of time and money since you don’t have to rely on CDs, DVDs, or USB drives that you might not own and would have to purchase.
SHAREit reached Version 5.6.9.
Here are the official patch notes from the new update:
“1. The sender and receiver pages have been redesigned to be more user-friendly!
2. Optimized playback experience.”
SHAREit receives occasional updates that improve the experience by addressing various issues that users experienced over time.
With each update, the app gets better and better.
The latest update adds an extra layer of reliability to an already pleasant experience.
The app can be updated in various ways. First, there’s the standard approach – Google Play. That is the best option since you get the latest version of the app from a secure source, which means that you should be clear of viruses and malware, potentially.
If the app hasn’t updated itself yet, make sure that you turn on auto-updates or manually update it from Google Play.
There are third-party solutions available, but we recommend that you try to avoid them. You never know what sort of malware lurks inside a seemingly harmless app update.
David Blair was a reporter for Henri Le Chat Noir, before becoming the lead editor. David has over 20 bylines and has reported on countless stories concerning all things related to science, games and technology. David studied at Birmingham University.