Zapya

2.7.0.6

ZAPYA promises to be the fastest tool for cross-platform file transferring out there. Essentially it can send files without a WiFi router and will not cost any mobile data, providing a “saving and safe” service.

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Version2.7.0.6
Operating System SupportWindows 8, Windows 2012, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 10, Windows 98
Current LanguageEnglish
Available LanguagesEnglish, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, German, Japanese, Spanish
LicenseFree
DateMonday, January 7th 2019
DeveloperiZapya
Developer URLhttps://www.izapya.com

The program just needs the devices to be connected in the same WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network), or to an AP (Access point) created by ZAPYA through your PC or Android.

Key features include:

  • Connects 300+ million users.
  • Cross-platform file sharing.
  • Best Tools App of GMIC 2015.
  • No mobile data plan or connecting WiFi router needed.
  • ’Any file and any size’.
  • Fast and safe.
  • Wireless.
  • Regularly updated.

ZAPYA is able to connect with native iPhone/iPad, Android, Windows Phone/PC and Mac software. It is said to be the fastest wireless file transfer tool available and can hook up to and model of device seamlessly. What’s more it is a free service too!

It can transfer any file, no matter the size or type, according to its creators. This means your photos, music, video, apps, PDF and any other file, of unlimited size, can be transferred to another platform in no time at all.

Meanwhile, its ‘Group Sharing’ feature means it can facilitate an any-to-any transfer with a number of people all at once.

Overall, ZAPYA is a quick and straightforward tool to have in your armoury. After all, file transferring should be so simple in the 21st Century, but we all know that often it can throw up problems! That’s where ZAPYA come in, there’s a reason it’s used by more than 300million people worldwide.

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