Apple has implemented its file sharing service throughout all its devices, the Mac, iPhone, and iPad. The users can share images, videos, files, etc. using AirDrop which is lightning fast.
On the other hand, Android has a lot of 3rd party app which does the job, but now there has been news that Google is working on its own service, Fast Share.
We got our first look of the app back in June thanks to, XDA-Developers. The new screenshots show Google has made a lot of progress in the past couple of months and revamped the design.
There have been new additions to the app, such as an account switch and a file transfer PIN, while the settings have been relocated to the Android connections menu from the Google account menu. Fast Share has also added a fresh share sheet that enables you to name your machine and set a sharing visibility level.
Fast Share isn’t currently operational, and it is uncertain when it will be available even for BETA testing. But we can also expect some more news on this during the Pixel event next month.