With the emergence of Smartphones, file sharing apps have become one of the topmost downloaded apps in the country. The industry alone amounts to billions of dollars in net worth when it comes to sharing apps.
For years, the Chinese app, Shareit, has been on the top in the Indian market. Out of the 1.8 billion users, the app had more than 500 million users in India alone. However, the app company faced a huge challenge when in June the Indian government banned around 59 Chinese apps among which Shareit was the one.
However, the existing users will still be able to use the app. It is the new users who can no longer download it from the Google Play store.
After the decision to ban the app was announced, many people shifted towards the domestic alternatives. These are the 5 non-Chinese sharing apps that one can use as an alternative to Shareit.
JioSwitch is an Indian File Sharing App developed by Jio Platforms, which is a subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited. JioSwitch is easy to use data transfer application as it supports a wide range of file types to transfer from one smartphone to another.
2. Z Share
Z Share App is an Indian-based application that helps you share data such as songs, images, documents, applications, and more securely using the WLAN network.
Zapya is a peer-to-peer file sharing application that allows users to transfer files of any size and of any format without the need for an Internet connection. The app was founded by Dewmobile.inc in Silicon Valey, California, USA.
SuperBeam is the easiest, fastest, and most secure way to share large files between your devices using WiFi direct. All you have to do is link two devices using QR codes or a password created by the app itself.
5. MX ShareKaro
MX ShareKaro, created by MX Media & Entertainment in India is a better and easy-to-use sharing app with fast and stable transfer speeds. You can also easily share between ShareKaro and MX Player, the most powerful media player.