There are many advantages to owning an Android powered smartphone over an iOS one, but the biggest downside about this is that Google and Apple do not allow their operating systems to share files.
This means that people who own a Pixel 2 for example will not be able to send pictures, videos or any other type of important documents to their friend who just bought the latest iPhone X.
This can become quite an inconvenience, especially for people who work in an office where they are required to share files with their colleagues. Fortunately, Xender presents a solution for this issue. Xender allows people with different operating systems to share files and they don’t even need to be connected to the same direct Wi-Fi network.
Xender 3.9.1130 APK Update
One of the greatest things about Xender is the amount of attention that its developers are paying to the user community feedback they receive. The developers are always checking forums and asking people for feedback which helps them realize if there is something wrong going on with the app.
The reason why this is great is because it allows the developers to keep releasing APK (Android Package Kit) updates which improve Xender’s overall performance. In fact, a new update that brings Xender’s build number up to 3.9.1130 is available for download.
Just as you would expect, this new APK update is focused on bug fixes which enhance Xender’s stability. Therefore, Xender fans who want to share files without having to worry about interruptions should download and install this new update as soon as possible.
The only thing that Xender users need to in order to be considered eligible to install APK updates is to enable the “Install apps from unknown sources” feature. This feature is located in the Settings panel of any Android powered smartphone.