Xender 4.8.0. Prime Launched With Optimizations and Bug Fixes

File sharing is one of the most popular activities in the era of smart gadgets. Everybody shares images, videos, documents, and so on, on social media or directly to another user via messaging apps or chats. But Xender is one app that focuses entirely on sharing files.

Earlier today, Xender 4.8.0 Prime rolled out with some transfer optimization enhancements and sever bug fixes to address some issues from the past versions. The app is already available to download.

About Xender and its features

Xender is one of the most popular file-sharing applications, competing with SHAREit for supremacy. Just like its competitor, Xender also sports high-speed transfer, by 200 times faster than Bluetooth, and lots of other functions.

Also, Xender is a multi-platform application, and it is found on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and Tizen. It allows users from different platforms to share files between them without limitations. In addition, Xender doesn’t need an active Internet connection for the users to receive the files sent by someone.

Besides that, this application also permits users to clone their devices so that it will be more straightforward for them to back up their apps and data to download them when they buy a new smartphone.

With a user-friendly interface and dozens of useful features, Xender strengthens its position in the top 3 file-sharing apps in the world. Judging by the number of users, however, Xender is the first one with more than 500 million active users from all over the world.

Xender 4.8.0. Prime is available with improvements and bug fixes

Just earlier, Xender 4.8.0 launched. The new update doesn’t bring any new features or visual changes, but it comes with some enhancements.

Accordingly, it brings some bug fixes to address issues from the past released, as well as with transfer optimization and several other performance and stability improvements. The new Xender 4.8.0 is already available to download on Google Play Store.

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

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