Popular file-transfer service Xender has announced plans of making an app for Windows Phone. The cross-platform service allows you to transfer documents, music, videos or any other form of content easily between devices. Xender works off of Wi-Fi, facilitating faster transfer rates than Bluetooth.
Dear friends! We are receiving a lot of messages related to the Windows Phone version of Xender. pic.twitter.com/ZVSTB0GUQf— Xender (@XenderApp) July 20, 2015
You'll be able to transfer files as large as 10GB up to four connected devices simultaneously. Any content shared between devices will be sorted based on file type. Since the service works on Wi-Fi, you won't incur any data charges when using Xender. For more details on the functionality offered by the service, head here.
At this stage, there isn't a definite date as to when the service will debut on Windows Phone:
About WP, We highly appreciate your patience and understanding towards the fact that we cannot announce any exact date of release yet.— Xender (@XenderApp) July 20, 2015
Source: Twitter (Xender)
Thanks Prasanna, Saumen and Sandeep!