Samsung’s New app lets you send up to 5GB of data wirelessly from your Galaxy phone to any other device.
Samsung maintains a steady stream of quality app and service releases for its mobile devices. The business has released Dropship, a file transfer software that works within the Good Lock ecosystem of customisation apps. It is compatible with other Android phones and even Apple’s iPhones.
The Dropship module for Good Lock was officially released in South Korea, as confirmed by the local company. The app makes it simple and quick to transfer files between Galaxy devices, other Android devices, iOS devices, and the web. When compared to Nearby Share and Quick Share, which use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, this method is slower because it relies on the internet connection to move data between devices.
Upon app installation, you’ll be able to choose whatever files you’d like to share, at which point the app will generate a shareable link and a QR code. In addition, you have the option to limit access to the files for a specific time frame. This app has some restrictions, such as a daily file transfer limit of 5GB and a current availability of just South Korea. It’s necessary to have a Samsung account in order to transmit files, but the recipient doesn’t require one in order to receive them.
The software only appears to work on Android 13 (One UI 5.0), which appears to be a significant barrier to entry. Furthermore, Good Lock is not available in all markets or on all phone types. The app’s potential usefulness is limited by its many restrictions. Do you have experience with this app? Post your thoughts and feedback below.