We are in the era of cloud storage, almost your every essential stuffs are in cloud storage like Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, iCloud, and much more. The best part of the cloud storage is that you can access all your essential thing anywhere, anytime and on any device.
We still use USB cable for smartphones to transfer files with PC instead of uploading them to the cloud storage. Thankfully, there are some useful apps that can transfer files like music, videos, and much more across devices without the USB cable.
However, these apps do not keep files in the cloud but, only transfer any type of files across devices wirelessly. We have listed some of the best apps that can transfer your files from smartphone to PC wirelessly.
AirDroid is one of the oldest and popular apps in this category. The app allows to access and manage Android phone or tablet from Windows, Mac or the Web, wirelessly, for free. It also allows to transfer files between your devices, and share files to your friends. Download the file in Google Play Store.
Pushbullet is a competitor for the AirDroid. The app allows to transfer wirelessly on all contents of the smartphone across all devices. The app allows you to call, text, see notifications and reply to chats on WhatsApp, Facebook and other social networking apps using your PC. The app is available on Google Play Store.
The WeTransfer is a unique app, that not only transfers files but also stores up to 10GB on its server. The app allows you to upload large amount of data up to 10GB temporarily on its server, then you need to share a download link with anyone you wish. The app is available on Google Play Store.
Infint works similar to the WeTransfer. You can transfer any files to any devices using this app. The app stores files temporarily on its server, which can be later downloaded using a link. The app is available on Google Play Store.
Sunshine enables to access, display and share content across any devices, quickly and easily, without unnecessary cloud storage. Unlike server-based services like Dropbox or WeTransfer, Sunshine leverages direct sharing technology to connect your devices, removing the hassle of uploading files to an external cloud server and then downloading them to another device before viewing. The app is available on Google Play Store.