Android gets easier file sharing | Mobile

Google says it’s working on an update to the Nearby Sharing sharing feature that will make it easier to send files, links and passwords between your own Android or ChromeOS devices.

The principle of the new version of sharing is largely the same as the existing sharing feature, but with the difference that if the sharing is done to a device signed in with the same Google account, the sharing does not need to be accepted on the receiving device. This is to make it easier to send shares between your own devices without having to be present and accept for each one in order to receive it.

The update will start rolling out in the coming weeks, and it covers all devices running Android 6 or later.

Source: Mobil by

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