Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps including file sharing application SHAREiT. SHAREIt is widely used app. In India for sharing files and documents.Other file sharing Chinese app which was banned is Xender.Check the list of 5 applications which can be used as an alternative to SHAREIt and Xender.
Files by Google
Files by Google was launched in 2017 as Files Go. Along with offline file sharing, the app lets you manage and browse your files and clean up cache files to help your smartphone run smoother. Currently, the app is only available on android and not iOS.
ShareAll lets you share files via WiFi File transfer instead of Bluetooth. You can also password protect your files whether it’s music, photos, documents, videos etc. It is only available for android users.
The Send Anywhere app also lets its users share files using Wi-Fi direct. There is another dimension to the Send Anywhere App as it uses 256-bit reinforced file encryption for enhanced security when you share files with others. You can even create links so that you can copy-paste the link on social media and messaging platforms allowing users to receive files easily. The app is available on both android and iOS.
Superbeam is pretty similar to banned Chinese app SHAREIt. Superbeam also uses WiFi Direct to transfer files to other devices. The users have two options to share files with other Superbeam users. They can either QR code or type in with manual keys. It is available on both operating systems, iOS and android.
JioSwitch also lets you share files with other devices offline. You can transfer files cross-platform as well. The app has excellent reviews on Google Play Store. One of the reasons for it is that it does not show adds and lets you transfer files at high speed.