Samsung on the Road of Developing its Own Version of Airdrop by Apple


According to TechJuice, makers of Android are working extensively to launch their very own version of Airdrop.

Airdrop is a feature by Apple that allows users to share files quickly via Bluetooth or Wifi connectivity. However, the device only allows sharing between the Apple devices.

The Chinese phone makers have been building Fast Share for a while now, it is their take on the feature on Android devices. Reportedly, Google is all geared up to launch its newest feature.

According to a report submitted by XDA Developers, “Samsung had been working over the same feature for quite some time. The company had named it as Quick Share”.


Quick Share will work on all Samsung phones. This will allow users of smartphones to share files quickly on their Samsung devices.

The newest features works in two modes that are “Contact only” or “Everyone”. You can share your files with your added contacts or almost anyone nearby who is connected to your Samsung device.

Quick Share comes with another option that is to upload the files on Samsung’s very own Cloud. Unlike the Apple Airdrop that doesn’t permit that.

The upload limit is up to 2 GB per day. The feature will be offered as part of One UI 2.1 System Update for the older smart Samsung devices.

The release will be rolled out once the newest series S20 will be made public.

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