Google and Apple are fighting in a never-ending war and while this might not directly affect any smartphone fan, it can get pretty annoying when trying to share files between Android and iOS devices. The two smartphone manufacturers don’t want their products to interact with each other and they imposed restrictions which makes it impossible for Android fans to share files to iOS fans without using a third-party app.
Share Files with Xender
Even though this operating system restriction might not be such a major issue, it will prove to be quite problematic for people who need to share files with their work colleagues. Not only that, but sharing files is sometimes necessary in even in school environments. Luckily, this is where Xender comes in and saves the day.
Cross Platform App
The most important feature that Xender offers is that it supports nearly all smartphone operating systems. Xender can be installed on the following operating systems: Android, iOS, Tizen, Windows, PC and Mac. To make things even better, Xender gives users the ability to share files between each other at fast speeds.
While being able to share files between different operating systems is great, Xender also does it really fast. The reason we are saying this is because Xender can share files at 200 times faster speed than Bluetooth can.
New “4.0.0205” Update
Considering the fact that Xender is used to share important files, the app’s developers know that there isn’t any room for error. Therefore, the folks who are in charge of Xender are constantly releasing new updates which include bug fixes that prevent the app from crashing.
The latest update for Xender sports the “4.0.0205” version number and it’s available right now. Furthermore, interested readers can download the latest version of Xender directly from the official Google Play Store.