Designed for quick and easy sending of pictures, audio and videos from your Android device to another device, the Send My app will come in handy, especially when you need to send a file via multiple apps or methods.
The current version supports the sharing of pictures, audio, videos, apps and the content in the clipboard.
Don’t wish to launch the app every time you want to share something? Use the available widgets to make the whole sending process even faster.
How to use Send My?
- Download Send My from the Google Play store.
- Open the Send My app and then access to its main screen to select the type of file you want to send. I’m selecting the Audio option as an example here.
- Select a file.
- Next, you can select the method you want to send the file.
- Once you’re done sending the file using the selected method, you’re back to the same Send by screen for you to select another method.
- You can place a widget on your home screen to access the file type selection screen directly.
Nice graphic user interface and fairly easy to use, but there are some limitations for the current version. You can’t send a document and select multiple supported items to send.
If you’ve a Samsung Galaxy phone, you might not see much advantage of this app, as you can do something quite similar using the built-in My Files app – choose a file category, select the items in that category and share.