The Google Nearby Share app for Windows is now accessible worldwide
Transferring files between different operating systems could be a troublesome task. However, companies always try to come forward with solutions and avoid problems for their consumers. One such issue could be faced while transferring files between Android and Windows devices. The tech company Google introduced Nearby Share for Windows back in January. The app was released during CES 2023. Initially, the app was only available to US users. however, not the company has extended its presence across regions. Since users from more countries are going to benefit from it.
The recent piece of information was spotted by folks at 9to5Google. As per the information, the support page of the feature says that the Nearby Share Beta for Windows PCs is now available in the SU and most regions globally. However, the app is not still available in Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and Syria. One thing to notice here is that Google has mentioned the Beta version of the app. It indicates that it is still in the beta phase. As of now, no information regarding the stable version of the app has been announced by Google.
Furthermore, do note that the app doesn’t work on ARM-powered Windows devices yet. It only runs on 64-bit Windows 10/11. Users can download the app from the official page. Log in to the app with the same Google account as on your Android device. Ensure that both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network, Bluetooth is on, and the devices lie in close vicinity i.e., within 16 feet.
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