Samsung’s Dropship is the new app for sharing files cross-platform.

Samsung has launched a new module for its Good Lock suite of apps, called Dropship, which allows you to share files cross-platform. Yes, even to iPhones. The app has been launched in the hometown of Samsung – South Korea, for now.

Dropship is a new file-sharing app from Samsung which allows a user to transfer files easily across platforms, over the internet, although via a secure channel. It is a bit slower and solely depends on the internet speed of both the devices and in comparison to Nearby Share and Quick Share.

Once you install the app, it lets you select what you want to share, and then generates a link and a QR code. You can even select the validity of these two, with a maximum file transfer limit of 5GB per day. As of now, the app is also limited to South Korea. Although the sender needs to have a Samsung account, the receiver doesn’t need any such thing, for now.

As a major limitation, first, this app isn’t available to any device running below Android 13, plus many of the markets do not have access to Good Lock suite, so it makes the app somewhat pointless for the majority of the world population for now.

Source: Sammobile

Also, Read: Galaxy S23+ spotted with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.

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