A lot of intending users who may want to use “send anywhere” to satisfy their file sharing thirst but don’t know how it works.
One thing is to know that you can use “send anywhere” send your files but another thing is to know how it actually works.
So in this post, I will be answering the popular question “how does send anywhere work” among intending users.
“Send anywhere” is best known as one of the easiest ways to send files across all your devices irrespective of the file type and size.
You can send these files for countless times all for free, though send anywhere also has a premium package.
I will explain all of that here too.
You will agree with me that transferring/sending files within devices are no more as difficult as it used to be as there are numerous file sharing apps to ease your stress.
And send anywhere just simplified the whole process.
Remember the days of floppy discs? Good old days.
Really, it’s not hard to send files anymore to anywhere.
So how does send anywhere work?
There are various platforms which you can use send anywhere so if you have the need to send files on a mobile, desktop or web platform, send anywhere has got you covered.
So really how does it work?
You will need to choose the platform where you want to use send anywhere.
They’ve built app s and extension across various platforms to help you use it.
If you are using an Android OS simply installing the application from Google play store will help start using send anywhere to send files on your Andriod device.
They also have Chrome extension for web users
Install the app or extension for your favorite platform and start using it.
If you are using Android, you can download the send anywhere Android app from play store. This app for Android requires version 4.2 or later to work as it is intended.
iOS users can download the app from the app store here. This requires version 9.0 or later to work.
If you are using a Windows laptop, you can download the executable send anywhere for Windows 10, 8 and 7.
Though you can still use its browser extension to send files to anywhere you want it to go.