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How To Transfer Files From Your Android Device To Your iPhone Wirelessly

When iPhone users want to transfer photos, videos, documents, and other files from one iPhone to another or from an iPhone to an iPad, they use the popular and very useful AirDrop feature. This allows them to do so quickly and wirelessly.

Android Nearby Share allows you to transfer files between devices only if they use the same operating system. However, AirDrop is available on iOS as well and can be used to share files with Android devices.

Snapdrop is a free app that makes it easier to transfer files from one mobile device to another, whether they are Android, Windows, Linux, or iOS.

Snapdrop protects your privacy and transfers files through WebRTC technology. You can sign in on your Android and transfer files to your iPhone or iPad device, even if you’re not the owner of that device.

Transfer content from an Android device to an iPhone and vice versa using SnapDrop.

Transfer files from Android to iPhone without WiFi or internet

Download the SnapDrop app on your iPhone

There are two devices. On the main screen, you can see the names of both devices. The Android device is named and so is the iPhone. The iPhone appears on the Android device as well.

And the iPhone automatically has the file

If you want to transfer files from your Android device to your

iPhone, click on the name of the iPhone on your Android device.

To transfer files from an Android device, use the following steps. Then you can use that same method to transfer files from an iPhone to your iPad or vice versa.

If you want to copy more than one file, press once on the first file, then long-press again on the second to select them both.

Now, Snapdrop will transfer the files from the Android device to the iPhone. Once all the files have been transferred from the Android device, it will send a message that the file has been transferred successfully.

If you’re looking for a quick way to transfer files from an iPhone to an Android device, here’s how

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