Top 5 Android Apps To Transfer Files Wirelessly Between Your Smartphone and PC

One of the most punishing work these days while operating a smartphone is transferring the files from the phone to the computer or from computer to phone. Few years back there aren’t much methods to perform this operation, either we have to connect  the phone with the computer via USB cable or connect the memory card of the phone with the computer by the means of various memory card readers. But these traditional methods are very slow. Now with the advancement in technology we’ve got many software applications which can perform these tasks effortlessly in minimum time.

There are hundreds of application present as to perform this particular task. But among all of those applications which one is the best and which application can satisfy your needs is not known by the normal android users. So for that we have done tons of research and finally brought you the top 5 applications to transfer files from your android device to computer.

Send Anywhere

Send Anywhere

Send anywhere is a globally and platform independent data transferring application that lets you transfer large files, 300MB for phone and 800MB for desktop through the internet. The application is given 4.7/5 stars by Google play Store.  This application runs on Android, Windows and iOS. Data Transfer through Send Anywhere is highly secured as the files never touch the cloud and therefore never leave a trace.

Shareit

SHAREit

SHAREit is a Chinese oriented android application launched in 2012 and made millions of happy users till date. The application is given 4.6/5 stars by Google play Store.  This application runs on Android, Windows, Windows Phone and iOS. This application also has an extension called CLONEit which can replicates SMS messages, contacts, MMS messages, music, videos, apps and other data from one old phone to the new one.

Airdroid

Airdroid

AirDroid is a free application made by sand studios which lets you operate your android device via your computer browser. The application is given 4.5/5 stars by Google play Store. This application runs on Android, Windows and iOS. This application lets you manage the files of your android device through web browser through cloud computing.

Xender

Xender

Xender was earlier known as Flash Transfer, it was launched in China in 2012 with the name shan Chuan. The application is given 4.4/5 stars by Google play Store.  This application runs on Android, Tizen, Windows Phone and iOS. Xender has a feature to send one file to many devices at the same time.

Share link
Share link

Share Link is a data transferring application made by the Taiwanese multinational company ASUS. The application is given 3.8/5 stars by Google play Store. This application runs on Android, Windows, Windows Phone and iOS. By using this application we can share directly to Google+, Keep, Pocket Chrome, Dolphin etc.

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