Samsung is open to engaging more closely with Google to improve Android by bringing improvements to more and more users outside the Korean company.
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One of the most interesting features on Galaxy devices is the Quick Share function, allowing for quick, secure, and encrypted file sharing between Galaxys.
However, it is a little-known feature among many users of the three-star company’s smartphones, and not everyone takes advantage of its potential. Especially since recent updates also allow file sharing with Windows PCs.
All documents shared with Quick Share are encrypted, ensuring secure transmission for the user
Now, a new opportunity arises to make the most of a feature that makes file transfers convenient and secure. The Quick Share function extends beyond the Samsung ecosystem to other devices with Android as their operating system, such as Google Pixel or One Plus.
In fact, Quick Share replaces NearBy, Android’s native system, which was possibly even more underutilized by users. This is actually great news as it expands one of the most useful functions for productivity and high-quality multimedia sharing to a larger user base, making technology usage easier.
Dark side users have long been able to use AirDrop, a similar but more popular system. Now, with this boost, it is expected that the Android option could become more widely adopted.
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