» Best apps sync files and notifications between mobile and PC for android
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We’ve put together some of the more outstanding apps, can handle sync files and notifications between mobile and PC, very simple and convenient, quickly download experience it.
Share Link – File Transfer
Share Link, an app from ASUS, is a little bit unique from the list in that it allows you to share files back and forth between multiple Android devices in addition to Windows PCs. Without even being connected to the internet, Share Link scans for nearby devices via WiFi. Once a “Receiver” is identified, the “Sender” chooses that devices and can share music, photos, videos documents, etc. It’s pretty much the Android version of AirDrop. If you’re like me and have multiple Android devices, this app is a much better alternative to using internet accounts like Dropbox or Google Drive to get media from one device to another.
Been using Air Droid for a long time now and it’s the best solution for wireless transfer I’ve found. Easy and mostly intuitive it just works when physical connections don’t or just aren’t convenient. Great solution for transferring bridge across different computer platforms using the phone or just keeping a phone updated. The only quibble is that batch file transfers can have problems keeping or duplicating file name structures on the phone which will require a lot of name editing later.
Portal is an app by Pushbullet, but it is completely separate. By far the most painless means of transferring files from your computer to your Android device, this app is a Godsend for people needing to get stuff done quick. Unlike other apps on this list, Portal skips the signing in, the clicking around and all of that. Simply open the app, go toportal.Pushbullet.com and scan the QR code. From there you literally just drag and drop. If all you need is a simple way to transfer files, I strongly encourage you to give this one a go.
Xender: File Transfer, Sharing
Xender is very similar to Pushbullet’s own Portal app mentioned earlier in this post. However, this app gives you a much more robust sort of file browsing for your device. It works the same as Portal by allowing you to connect to your device by navigating to a specific URL on your computer and scanning a QR code. From there you have access to your devices photos, videos, documents, etc. The app recently underwent a big design overhaul bringing in a very nice material look. It’s easy to use, and with complete access to your device, this makes for one killer file transfer Pushbullet alternative.
Cortana is the world’s first personal intelligent assistant Microsoft released. It is “to learn the user’s preferences and habits,” “help users to schedule, and other questions answered.” Cortana can be said that Microsoft’s attempt in machine learning and artificial intelligence. Microsoft wants to achieve things that smart phone users interact with Huna, not simply based on the storage type of questions and answers, but dialogue. It will record the user’s behavior and habits, the use of cloud computing, search engines and “unstructured data” analysis, reading and “learning” in the text file, including mobile phones, e-mail, pictures, video and other data, to understand the user semantics and context in order to achieve human-computer interaction. A very simple example is that if the phone displays the recording schedule to attend the meeting, so without any operation, Cortana when the phone is automatically adjusted to conference status. This is Microsoft’s research, from the personal computer to the beginning of personal computing.
IF by IFTTT
IFTTT is a powerful application connectivity software. IFTTT lets you create powerful connections with simple statement – if … then …. Start your channel and create a recipe on IFTTT! A channel is like Facebook, Gmail, Twitter service and Philips Hue, Belkin WeMo and UP by Jawbone device. Formula is connected between channels, for a variety of services and equipment to open new ways to communicate with each other.
These are our sort of good apps in the collection, if you have any suggestions, please let us know in the comments.