SHAREit Version 6.0.1 Available with New Improved Quality

SHAREit (PRNewsfoto/SHAREit)

Many of us had to transfer data between devices after buying new ones. SHAREit is a neat solution for that requirement, and it offers more than the average user requires.

If you ever need to send videos, documents, photos, or any file extensions from old devices to new ones, you probably know how irritating it can be to send them file by file via Bluetooth or other slow mediums of the transfer. Even USB takes a while, plus the setup process is very exhausting sometimes.

There were times when people used DVDs and CDs to transfer data between computers. That is irritatingly slow, and it costs money because you have to buy physical discs. Who even uses them anymore at this point?

SHAREit can help you send data to cloud servers and then securely and reliably download it back via Wi-Fi or mobile data. An “old device” can be a smartphone, tablet, or computer! SHAREit is particularly versatile, and it works the same on all platforms, regardless of their age.

The app reached version 6.0.1.

These are the patch notes that followed the new update:

“1. The sender and receiver pages have been redesigned to be more user-friendly!

  1. Optimized playback experience.”

The new update improves reliability, which is always good to know.

There are numerous ways to update the app. There is the classical approach – the Google Play Store, and it is the way to go in most cases, as you get the newest version of the app from a reliable, trustworthy source, so your device is safe from viruses and malware.

Third-party app stores are available, but we strongly suggest that you avoid them for the sake of your device’s wellbeing and to be sure that your data is safe and sound.

Tonia Nissen
Based out of Detroit, Tonia Nissen has been writing for Optic Flux since 2017 and is presently our Managing Editor. An experienced freelance health writer, Tonia obtained an English BA from the University of Detroit, then spent over 7 years working in various markets as a television reporter, producer and news videographer. Tonia is particularly interested in scientific innovation, climate technology, and the marine environment.