We can quickly send and receive data (Music, Videos, Movies, Apps, Documents etc.) from one device to another device using WiFi and Bluetooth. These two options are mainly used on the Smartphones or Devices. But it will only work if the other person is within the Network range.
So in case the friend in not near of you then how you will send or receive the files, the answer is INTERNET. This is the only option with that you can send any file from one place to another location in this World.
Think about that you are living so far from your friend and your friend is needed a Video which is not available on the Internet. Then how you’ll send it to your friend. And your problem increases even when the file is colossal. So here I’m sharing few methods with that you easily send large files in few minutes.
Send-receive files using the Internet:
There are plenty of methods available to transfer data via the Internet. Some works for Small files and some for large files. So you can choose following ways according to your need:
It is a very fast way because you’ll need just to select your files from your device and it will be directly delivered to your friends mobile. Some Instant Messengers allow free sending up to 2GB and some only allow to send only 16MB file such as Telegram and WhatsApp.
File Sharing Cloud Sites:
Google Drive & Dropbox or similar sites offer free cloud storage. With the Google Drive account, you can get 15GB, and Dropbox gives 5GB free online storage. So you can upload any file, and after then share your data link with the friends.
Gmail is one of the top free Email service providers in the World, but by default, it only allows 25MB files in one Email. But Gmail offers Google Drive integration feature, So if you use Google Drive integration feature, then the file limit can be exceeded up to 15GB at the free of cost.
If you are using Smartphone or another device such as iPhone and Android-based then a file sharing app can help you to share a small or big file easily, And the Send Anywhere is a free file sharing app available on both iOS and Android platform.
The Send Anywhere also offers Web version with which you can send up to 2GB large file and a Google Chrome extension with which you can transfer files up to 10GB at a time.
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