Recently, Google and Samsung renamed Nearby Share—the built-in file-sharing feature on Android—as Quick Share. With the help of this new functionality, exchanging files across Android phones and Windows and Chrome OS desktops would be simple. In the meantime, WhatsApp is testing a new feature that makes it simple to share files with people who live nearby. The most recent WhatsApp version for Android has a hidden Bluetooth feature that will be used to operate this new feature.
Capable of transferring up to 2GB of files
You can quickly and conveniently share files up to 2GB with pals who live nearby with this capability. Sending files via chat or cloud storage is now hassle-free. Remember that you will both need to stay in the “File Share” portion of WhatsApp until the file sending is complete. You need to give the phone a shake. File transfers via WhatsApp will remain secure even with this new approach. It follows that no one from the outside will be able to peek. The amusing thing is that they both have to give their phones a hard shake, like a high five, to send the file. What’s the best thing, then? People who are not on your contact list won’t be able to view someone’s phone number during this period.
A recent WhatsApp feature
Even though this new WhatsApp function looks helpful, it also seems a little monotonous in comparison to Google and Samsung’s “Quick Share” option. However, if everything functions on both iOS and Android phones, then it can prove to be a game-changer. Otherwise, other platforms are already providing good ways to send files.
Include these four elements
Four new features have been implemented by WhatsApp for channels. You can now have many administrators in your channel, send audio messages, make polls, and even post the channel updates of your followers on your status. The channels will become even more entertaining and interactive with these new additions.
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