Google is rolling out Nearby Share to more users running the beta version of Google Play Services. The AirDrop competitor is expected to come to all devices running Android 6.0 or newer, in August.
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Google has reportedly told Android OEMs that it intends to roll out Nearby Share for Android 6.0+ devices in August. The feature should also be available on Windows, macOS, and ChromeOS.
Google's long-awaited file sharing solution called Nearby Share is now live for some users that have opted-in to the Play Services testing program. The firm acknowledged that the test is limited.
Samsung is working on its own AirDrop rival called Quick Share that it will debut on the Galaxy S20. The feature will allow users to quickly share large files between two compatible Galaxy devices.