SHAREit – Transfer & Share 4.5.72_ww beta Comes With Some Interesting Features

SHAREit represents the best sharing app which you can use, thanks to its really fast transfer speed across platforms and free online feeds which include videos, movies, wallpapers, music and GIFs. SHAREit has also added a powerful media player, which will come to your help in managing and enjoying your own music and videos.

Fast speed

This app is almost 200 times faster than Bluetooth, reaching the highest speed of up to 20 MB per second. Also, you will be able to transfer your files without worrying about them losing an ounce of their quality.

Transfer all kinds of files

Anything from photos and videos to music and even installed apps are more than okay to transfer, among others.

Infinite videos

Another incredible feature of SHAREit is that it provides the capability of transferring videos in HD, allowing you to select which one you like. You can watch them even if you are offline and you will also remain updated at all times.

Excellent Music Player

SHAREit comes with a powerful equalizer which will provide you a really immersive experience for you to enjoy anytime you like. Also, things like stickers, GIFs and wallpapers can be personalized according to your style, made funnier, downloaded and shared.

New tools

You might be happy to find out that voice search is now supported, meaning that you can use your voice to search for local files. Moving on, your current video watching experience is about to change, becoming more convenient now than it ever was before. You will also notice a new content recommendation style, which will provide you easier access to richer contents.

Last but not least, the latest version of SHAREit will come with performance improvements and bug fixes.

Carrie Ryley

Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.

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