Sending files between devices can be very tedious. I thought my worries would go away when I switched to the Apple ecosystem, and while AirDrop works great, it can disappoint me a lot.
Also, emailing a 500MB file is quite impractical. And old sneakernets aren’t always practical-it doesn’t look like you have a blank USB flash drive when you need it!
This is where I’m glad I have a backup.
This is where I am happy to be able to send it anywhere.
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Send Anywhere is a file transfer service that makes it easy to send files between devices.
Download the relevant app depending on the platform and go away.
Send Anywhere also covers a wide range of platforms including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and even Amazon Kindle. There are also Google Chrome, Whale, Office 365 Outlook extensions, and WordPress plugins.
And they are all easy to use.
Send Anywhere has three modes: 1: 1 transfer using a 6-digit key, device-to-device transfer, and the ability to share files using links. You can also use the Chrome or Office 365 Outlook plugin to quickly and easily email large files without worrying about mailbox restrictions.
This service is especially useful if you want to get video files etc. between devices, don’t have AirDrop, don’t know how to use it, or send something to another person using another platform.
There is also a pro version called Sendy PRO. It adds 1 TB of cloud storage, the ability to manage links, sign-in device management, and more.
If you need this, there is a 30-day free trial period. SendyPRO will then refund $ 7.99 per month.
I’m not a big Send Anywhere user, but it’s one of the tools I keep in my toolbox in case AirDrop finds it awkward or when I’m working outside the Apple ecosystem. So far, I’m not disappointed. one time.