SHAREit Version 6.0.33_ww Adds New Features And Reliability!

We live in a world where information is often more valuable than physical assets. That can mean multiple things, but we, as individuals, are primarily interested in information that is meaningful for us. There can be multiple answers to the question of what information really is essential for an individual.

However, most answers would say that photos, documents, and other personal data are the most important.

Therefore, it is crucial that data is portable. For example, you wouldn’t want the holiday pictures you took with your old smartphone many years ago to remain stuck on it.

Data transfer has progressed a lot over the past few years. There are so many ways to send data now and just as many services that can help you do so.

Sure, you can rely on physical means of data transfer like cables, USB drives, CDs, DVDs and so on, but there are more modern solutions available.

We are here to tell you about SHAREit – A service made for file transfer.

SHAREit can help you transfer important data between your devices. With SHAREit, you can send all your photos from your smartphone to a computer or a new smartphone if you want to port data and have it with you at all times.

SHAREit is so popular because it is easy to use and efficient.

It receives occasional updates that improve the experience. The app has just reached version 6.0.33_ww, and the new update is live, so we suggest that you go ahead and install it as soon as possible.

These are the notes that accompanied the latest version of SHAREit:

  1. The sender and receiver pages have been redesigned to be more user-friendly!
  2.  Optimized playback experience.
William Reid
A science writer through and through, William Reid’s first starting working on offline local newspapers. An obsessive fascination with all things science/health blossomed from a hobby into a career. Before hopping over to Optic Flux, William worked as a freelancer for many online tech publications including ScienceWorld, JoyStiq and Digg. William serves as our lead science and health reporter.