- Google’s Nearby Share expands to Windows PCs worldwide, allowing wireless data sharing.
- Android users can now share data with Windows PCs using the Nearby Share Beta app.
- Available in most countries globally, with a few exceptions.
Google introduced its new feature for Android’s nearby share earlier this year, but it was only available in some regions. Mainly focus was the US. Now Google has announced that this feature is now available on Windows PC in almost countries in the world.
“We are very excited to announce that Nearby Share for Windows is now available worldwide, so even more of your devices can work better together.” Google wrote in its Blogspot.
After this feature, android users will be able to share data with Windows Pcs wirelessly. According to Google, Nearby Share Beta for Windows PCs is now available in every country, almost with a few exceptions, which include Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and Syria.
This feature was a much-needed feature for consumers, and they were waiting for this feature for a long time. You can get this feature by sampling and installing the app of Nearby Share Beta for Windows.