Google is planning to include a so-called Fast Share feature within Android 11, judging by the latest developer preview of the forthcoming update.
The feature, first rumoured in July last year, would be akin to Apple’s AirDrop, which makes it possible to quickly send files between iOS and MacOS device. The references to Fast Share appeared within Android 11 DP2, which was released to developers on Wednesday.
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