Private Share: Samsung makes file sharing simple

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With features such as Buds Auto Switch, App Continuity, and Keyboard sharing, the Galaxy ecosystem facilitates a simpler and more comfortable workflow with Galaxy devices.

One such option is Private Share, which is accessible on both the Samsung Galaxy store and the Google Play Store. With the most recent update (version, Samsung has added additional file-sharing capabilities to the program.

Private Share is a blockchain-powered application that prioritizes privacy and launched with the Samsung blockchain wallet on the Samsung Galaxy S10. The update provided the option to simultaneously share up to 20 files with a total size of less than 100MB, up from 10 files and a maximum restriction of 20MB. The update also makes it simpler to choose recipients from the contacts app and offers the ability to alter file names and recipient lists when sharing files.

The software already featured additional features such as read-only sharing, no forwarding, and a no screenshots policy. Private Share lets Galaxy smartphone users to share numerous files with friends and family by SMS, links, or QR codes. It also permits sharing files with an expiration date, so that receivers may only access them until a specified period.

Similar to the previously announced Samsung Quick Share, the application is exclusive to Galaxy Phones and needs both the sender and recipient to have the Private Share app installed. After activated under the advanced security features of the Biometrics and security area of your compatible Samsung Phone, the sender can request to transfer data, and once the receiver approves the transfer request, a private channel is formed and the contents are shared in Read-only mode.

The update is presently rolling out and can be installed on all eligible Galaxy phones through the Samsung Galaxy Store or Google Play Store.

Via XDA-Developer

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