SHAREit set to open its India Operations in Gurgaon


By Zia Askari |

SHAREit – the Beijing, China based file sharing application organization – is all set to open its office in Gurgaon, India. The company has already identified the place where its office will be based in Gurgaon. It will be opening its office by first week of October, 2016.

Speaking on this development, Daksha Sharma, Marketing and Operations Specialist, SHAREit Technology Limited said that India is a strategic market for the organization. “We are opening our India office in Gurgaon shortly. We will be having about 15 people team in this office,” she informed.

Based in Beijing, China – SHAREit is a free application to transfer files from a Wi-Fi compatible device to another similar one. SHAREit users can use this app to transfer files including photos, videos, music, contacts, apps and any other files.

It is a free application from Lenovo that allows Windows, Windows Phone, Android, and iOS devices to transfer files directly by ad-hoc Wi-Fi connections.

This application is currently available in 39 languages including English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic and Chinese. It was first launched in China in the year 2012.

In the segment of file transfer – SHAREit competes with Zapya, Xender, Share Apps, SuperBeam etc. In addition to transferring files, SHAREit’s services also include CONTROL and CLONEit.

SHAREit is an alternative for wireless content sharing. The app has a function to view photos stored in mobile device on computer. Users can control PPT directly with their phone as well.

With its unique file sharing features, this App has been able to create a super niche for itself in the file sharing app space.

With SHAREit users can:

Transfer files, photos, videos, documents and more

No matter the size of your file or folder, SHAREit can transfer it from your phone to PC or PC to phone within seconds.

No need for WiFi, cables or mobile data charges, SHAREit can send your files easily and conveniently.

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