Want to transfer files between two Windows devices? Check out a new way to do so using the Air Transfery app for Windows 10 devices. Air Transfery is available free of cost at the Windows Store, and you can easily download and install it on your PC and other mobile devices. It hosts an amazing set of features that makes send files between phones and computers a breeze.
Air Transfery Review
The tool is very simple to use. To transfer files, the devices must be connected to the same network. It could be a LAN connection or Wireless Wi-Fi connection.
Once you run the application, it will scan the network for available devices which also have Air Transfery installed and running. You can also connect to a device by entering the IP address of that device, or you can manually search for available devices by hitting the ‘Search Device’ from the left menu.
To send a file, just click the white arrow at the bottom and then browse the files and folders that you want to send. For receiving files, you just need to let the app run in
For receiving files, you just need to let the app run in the background, and it will automatically save the files sent by other users on the network.
The received files are automatically saved in their respective libraries. You can also change the folders where the received files are saved. You can change folders individually for videos, music, images and other downloads.
Air Transfery is available for almost all Windows 10 devices including Windows 10 Mobile. Using this app, you can easily transfer data between your phone and PC. It supports fast sending in the background for mobile devices which was an unseen feature in previous applications and in Windows Phone 8.1. Sending in the background lets you use your while the data is being transferred in the background.
Overall, Air Transfery is a great application with a simple plain UI which is easy to operate. Just connect your devices onto same network and you are good to go.
Click here to download Air Transfery for your Windows device.
You can also transfer files wirelessly using other tools.
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