Fileshare tool, app released on Google Play Store after shareit ban

Fileshare tool- The government has recently banned 59 Chinese apps due to concerns over security threats. These 59 Chinese apps include SHAREit, CamScanner, TikTok and more. As a result the Indian origin apps that could replace these banned Chinese apps are gaining momentum.


On the same token, a young student from Jammu and Kashmir has recently developed an alternative for the Chinese app called SHAREit. Both these apps are for easy,fast and convenient file transfer. The Indian version called FileShare tool was released on Google play store last month. it is rated 4.8 out of 5 stars and has over 5000 downloads already. The app is developed by Tipu Sultan Wani who is an MBA student from the budgam district of Kashmir.


The news was first made public by original news organization of the region. Wani claimed that his version of share it was way more fast and comes without any limit on the number of files transferred. he also said that unlike share it FileShare provides a user friendly interface without any advertisements.


FileShare is of only 5.3 MB and is listed for free on Google play store. the purpose of the application is to allow convenient share in receive of several files on the same network via several devices. For the very first usage the application requires permission to access media files and photos that are already stored on the device as well as a permission to make and manage calls. After giving the required permissions the user can easily transfer files using the hotspot process .


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