We all know about Pushbullet, it can fill the gap between the devices through links. And now the app made a new entry, it’s called by a name Portal app that can turn the any files to send directly between two devices that used by Wi-Fi connection.
Once you have done the installation of the Portal app on your Android device, you need to visit the website, and there you need to scan QR code using Android app. After the app between mobile and desktop, you are ready to go transfer any files that you want it.
Portal doesn’t ask you to upload files and their third party applications, so you can do those processes faster and then makes functions directly. Naturally, the Pushbullet has transfer file capacity, but only it takes a small amount of file size. The Portal meets those requirements that exchange files between system device over Wi-Fi connection, but at the same time the developer Pushbullet announced on his new Portal app that any user demands to send files in size of 1GB, it comes more comfortable. The app support Android Lollipop 5.0 and later on Play Store
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