How to Share Files between Android and Mac using Nearby Share
Google's Nearby Share serves as an Android counterpart to AirDrop, simplifying file and content transfers between Android devices.
But, unlike AirDrop, which is accessible on Macs, Google's feature lacks compatibility with Mac devices. To share files from your Android phone to your Mac using Nearby Share, you can use NearDrop, a third-party Mac app to enable Mac support for Nearby Share.
In this guide, we will walk you through how to set up NearDrop and use Nearby Share to share files between Android and Mac.
NB: With Nearby Share and NearDrop, you can only send files from your Android to your Mac.
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