Liwi is one of Best File Transfer Offline Tool without Ads

You definitely do not want to book flight tickets to the Bahamas on GoIbibo while completing your work assignment in the middle of the night. When it comes to transferring a bulk of files, it is not the best idea to wait in the process for the adverts to close. With a variety of options available in the present day to transfer files, one does not need to wait for a random unwanted advertisement to close on Xender, ShareIt or Zapya. Tools like Liwi which is available on Android, Mac and Windows is at rescue!

Here is a list of five applications that let you share files seamlessly without having to wait for advertisements to close.

  1. Liwi

Do you still email files from your phone to access them on the computer? Gone are those days of trouble. This application transfers files seamlessly across devices without using the Internet. Liwi is a unique tool which helps you transfer files without the hassle of waiting for the adverts to close or without the use of a USB cable. It even lets you share files across devices as diverse as cellphone, tablet and laptop. Basically, this application is the best of file transferring apps packed into one. It values your time.

2. Google Drive

Drive starts you with 15 GB of free Google online storage, so you can keep photos, stories, designs, drawings, recordings, videos — anything. It supports many features of Google such as Docs, and Sheets. It is a cloud backup to all your devices with just one condition — having a Google account. Have got a large video file to share with your friend’s boyfriend who is making a film for your friend’s birthday? Just upload the file on Google Drive and share the link with his boyfriend. It’s that simple!

3. Dropbox

Imagine having a common box where all your teammates can drop and edit files. Now imagine this box to be virtual. Yes, that’s exactly how one can describe Dropbox. It is a file hosting service operated by American company Dropbox, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California, that offers cloud storage, file synchronisation, personal cloud, and client software. Dropbox Plus, a paid feature is also available for users who want to enjoy more facilities.

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