Samsung recently announced that its Quick Share app will soon be available to users of their devices that have computers running Windows 10.
Quick Share was introduced last year with the debut of the Galaxy S20 line and, since then, it has been a good option for those who want to share files quickly between two South Korean company phones. Thanks to WiFi direct sharing, the app allows you to quickly send data between two devices.
Initially, the application is available for any Galaxy phone with One UI 2.0 or higher, such as 2.5 or 3.0. Now, however, it will be easier to share files between a cell phone and a computer that has the operating system of the Redmond giant. Check out Samsung’s note on the subject below:
Quick Share, introduced a few months ago on Samsung mobile devices, allows you to quickly share photos, videos, documents and more on phones with the Galaxy One UI 2 on board. Using the quick share function, you can share content with nearby devices via Wi-Fi Direct or Bluetooth or with devices supported by “SmartThings”. The app is now also coming on Windows 10 and, of course, will further improve the sharing experience between Android and Windows 10 PC.
So far, however, there is no forecast for the arrival of Quick Share in the Windows app store, the Microsoft Store. But it is possible that, over the next few months, an expectation of the release of the desktop version will be released.