When hanging out with friends who use iPhones, they always throw AirDropping stuff left, right and center. “One of the benefits of owning an iPhone,” they tell me, “is that you can run things through AirDrop.”

Recently, however, I was surprised when a friend using Android told me exactly the same thing when they wanted to send something. Then I realized that many users of Android phones do not know that they have an alternative to AirDrop, easily accessible at your fingertips.


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