The much-awaited features Nearby Share has launched for Android smartphone users. This is a file-sharing feature. With this help, two Android smartphones can share files among themselves. This feature will only support Android 6 and above.
This feature is similar to Apple's AirDrop file sharing platform. After a long wait, Google has finally rolled out this feature. Right now this feature will only work on select Google Pixel and Samsung enabled smartphones. Google has not given information about what those phones will be. It is expected that in the coming weeks this Nearby Share feature will be introduced for other Android smartphones as well.
Earlier this year, the feature was revealed. It was said in those reports that this feature will be known as Fast Share. Nearby Share will function exactly like Apple's AirDrop feature. For this, first, you have to choose the file you want to share. After this, you have to select the option of 'Nearby Share'. After waiting for some time, you will see nearby Android smartphones on the screen of your phone. After this, all you have to do is click on the name of the device with which you want to share the file and then that file will go smoothly in that device.