How To Transfer Files Instantly over Wi-Fi Network.

Share Files Offline.

The days of having to email a file to yourself from your phone so you can access it on your desktop PC are long gone because now there are much better and faster options available.

You could use a cloud service such as OneDrive, Google Drive or iCloud, but Feem is an even easier method. It sends files over your wireless network, so there are no size limits or third-party companies to worry about, and it works with all major platform.

Feem works like Bluetooth but it is 50X faster. You can transfer unlimited files through it and it is much secure than a similar service, as there is no server used to store your file for a hacker to hack into.

How To Share Files Offline Using Feem.

1. First, install Feem v4 on all your devices.

2. Next, launch Feem v4 on all of your devices.

3. Make sure that all of your devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Feem automatically detects each other.

4. Now, you are ready to transfer unlimited file transfers between your devices.

Share File Offline Using Feem

You can resume a transfer easily if it’s interrupted, and Feem works offline, too. If you don’t want to install the app, you can use Feem’s Web share feature instead to transfer content securely through your browser.

Feem is free to use on up to four windows and Android devices, with unlimited file transfers and no ads. If you want to use it on an iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to pay $4.99 a year.

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