- Tram Ho
Google is developing a feature to share data between nearby devices, very similar to AirDrop on iOS. This new feature, called Recent Share (also known as Nearby Sharing, also known as Nearby Sharing), allows sharing of images, web links and other data files directly between the two devices.
However, Google will upgrade this feature many times more dangerous than Apple’s AirDrop. By not only supporting Android smartphones and tablets, but also supporting data sharing between many other devices, including Windows computers, Macs and Chromebooks.
XDA Developers has discovered that this Recent Share feature is not only released through the Google Play Store, but also supports Chromebooks and all types of computers that can install the Chrome browser.
A video released earlier this year shows how this Recent Share feature works. This feature can also be quickly enabled in the Android quick settings menu.
It’s not clear when Google will officially launch this feature. However, it is likely that Google may introduce Recent Share along with the new Android 11 operating system.
Reference: The Verge
Source : Genk