AirDrop is an easy and fast way to transfer files from one Apple device to another, supporting files from iPhone to iPad, from iPhone to Mac, and from iPad to Mac. The feature was first introduced in 2011 and has become a very popular feature in Apple devices. Now, two major technology giants are developing solutions similar to AirDrop – one is search giant Google and the other appears to be Samsung, and it is developing features called Quick Share.
Now, XDA developers have discovered the Quick Share feature in the Galaxy S20 Plus smartphone. They also managed to get the relevant APK and install it on some other Galaxy smartphones. Fast sharing works in a similar way to the way Apple Airdrop works. In order to be able to transfer files from a Samsung Galaxy device to another Galaxy device, you must turn on both Bluetooth and WiFi, and both devices must be close to each other.
When sharing content, users can choose from two options, one for users to share files with contacts and the other for users to share files with everyone using a supported Galaxy device. Samsung Quick Share is unique in its additional cloud feature, which allows users to upload files to the Samsung Cloud service. Users will be able to stream these uploaded files on Samsung Smart Things devices.
Samsung’s Quick Share feature is likely to debut in the Galaxy S20 series and may appear on other Galaxy devices later. Samsung will release the Galaxy S20 series on February 11th, hoping that Samsung will demonstrate the Quick Share and give a working figure.