Kashmiri student develops alternative app for SHAREit

Excelsior Correspondent

Srinagar, July 9: A young Kashmiri student has developed an alternative application of SHAREit for easing file transfer process amid a ban on the file transferring application by the Government.
The application has been named as FileShare Tool and is available on Google Play Store for downloads.
The app-which has so far received a 4.8 out of 5 average star rating from those who have downloaded it and also has been downloaded 5000 times-has been developed by a student named Tipu Sultan Wani from Budgam district’s Chadoora area.
Notably, SHAREit, along with TikTok and 57 other Chinese applications were banned by the government last week following tensions with China in Ladakh.
The developer of the application has claimed that his application is father than SHAREit and that there is no limit to the file transfer within his FileShare Tool app.
The FileShare Tool is listed on Google Play Store as a free download and it is 5.3MB in size. The core feature of the app is to send and receive files, music, photos, videos, and apps across devices within the same network as SHAREit.

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