Owning an Android smartphone is great because you get access to thousands of apps which have been designed to make your life easier. The only downside to using an Android smartphone is the fact that Google has designed the operating system in such a way that it doesn’t let users to interact with other operating systems.
Let’s say for example there is someone who needs to share some important documents with one of his coworkers who owns an iPhone, sending files between the two devices via Bluetooth will not work.
Not being able to share files from an Android smartphone to one of Apple’s iPhones can prove to be problematic. Luckily, there is a special app called Xender that can help Android users with that. Xender excels at sharing data from a smartphone from another and it removes all operating system restrictions.
Sharing Files with Xender
The cool thing about Xender is the fact that this app doesn’t require users to connect their smartphones through Bluetooth or the NFC protocol. Xender has been designed to make it easier for people to share data and this is exactly what it does.
In addition, Xender can help Android smartphone owners share files with their friends who might own an iPhone and today we are going to present a guide that shows everyone how to do that.
How to Share Files from Android to iOS
- Enable the “Personal Hotspot” feature on both devices;
- Start the app and tap the “+” button;
- Select the “Connect iPhone” option;
- Now, take the iOS device and connect it to the Wi-Fi network created by the Android device;
- From the iOS device, open Xender and select the “Connect Friend” option;
- All that’s left now is to start sharing all types of files you want because Xender supports them all.