Google launches a beta Nearby Share app for Windows PCs

Google improving Android's integration
Google improving Android's integration

It will make file transfers between Windows PCs and Android devices much easier.

Google announced at CES 2022 that it was improving Android’s integration with Windows and promised to bring Nearby Share to Microsoft’s desktop OS.

The beta version of the Nearby Share app for Windows is now available for download on the Android website. The app allows easy file transfer between mobile and PC, provided that the PC is running the 64-bit version of Windows 10 and up and isn’t powered by ARM processors.

To use the feature, WiFi and Bluetooth must be turned on, and device visibility can be adjusted to control who can send you files. To send files from PC to an Android device, drag and drop them into the Nearby Share app or right-click on them and choose the Nearby Share option.

The app works within 16 feet and transfers are automatically accepted if both devices are logged into a common Google account. Google has released Nearby Share for the US and most countries worldwide and will expand compatibility across its ecosystem.

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