SHAREall is an Indian version of SHAREit, a popular app that lets you share files quickly and easily between Android smartphones without an Internet connection required. It’s easy to navigate, and you can send photos, documents, and videos seamlessly.
This sharing app lets you share content with other Android devices without capping the file size limit or requiring a flash drive, USB cable, or any other hardware.
It also doesn't limit the file type you can share. Everything from JPG to PDF pass through it. The developers guarantee security on the website and no controversy has arisen since its release.
How it works
Using this app is quite seamless. After you download it, you just need to create a profile upon launch. The two most important buttons you'll find are Send and Receive, which will perform most of the programme’s functions.
If you're the receiver, the app will automatically generate a hotspot, which will allow the sender to connect. Once the hotspot exists, the UI will display the receiver's profile on the sender's screen. You'll need to click on it and choose the files you wish to share.
At first glance, this app has a quite attractive user interface with easily navigable buttons and a smooth blue background. All its features come in the form of clear, bright icons that clearly state their purpose.
You'll find a View and Play feature that shows your received files, some Smart Tools for cleaning your storage, and an Updates icon for keeping the app up-to-date. Unfortunately, it will also display many ads that make the UI lag and crash quite often.
It's only possible to use this app on Android 4.1 and higher for now. The developers are announcing iOS and Web versions shortly, though.
This app features a decent design that can be quite handy for many users, but the many bugs in its execution make it far from ideal. If you’re looking for an established, tried-and-tested title, Xender and Send Anywhere are still better options. They’re also available for iPhone!