Swift File Transfer Android


Swift File Transfer is an application for Android smartphones and tablets that allows you to share any file with other nearby devices in a 15-meter radius

9/10 (2 Votes)

On more than occasion, you've had the need to transfer a heavy file to another persona and you just haven't been able to... whether because your connection was too slow because you didn't have a cable at hand, because the file was too big for your email account... But no problem, all these troubles can be solved with an app of the likes of Swift File Transfer, an application with which you can share any file with another person or among your own devices, provided that they're nearby.

Sending files without cables, without the Internet, without Bluetooth... How does it work?

Well, it's easier than what it seems: you need to install the APK on two Android devices, one of them will be the transmitter and the other the receiver. When the transmitter opens the application and chooses the file or files to be shared, the receiver will receive an invitation to download it to his smartphone or tablet.

The fact is that a WiFi hotspot only valid for the transfer of that data packet is set up and only the user that received the invitation can connect to it. The only requirement is to be less than 15 meters away.

You can send whatever you want: photos, videos, installed applications, music, folders, documents... anything on your mobile phone.

Main features

This file transfer app comes along with the following functions that definitely make it one of the best applications to send and receive data:

  • Transfer speed of up to 8 MB per second.
  • Elegant and functional user interface.
  • No limits to the volume of data to be transferred.
  • No additional hardware needed.
  • Send batch files.
  • Built-in file explorer.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 3.0.
Swift File Transfer
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