Last Updated: 2023-04-24
Best photo sharing apps for Android
|1||FamilyAlbum - Photo Sharing||4.9||No||Yes||5M+ installs|
|2||Send Anywhere (File Transfer)||4.8||Yes||Yes||10M+ installs|
|3||The Guest - Photo Sharing||4.8||No||No||100K+ installs|
|4||Files by Google||4.6||No||No||1B+ installs|
|5||File Sharing - InShare||4.6||Yes||Yes||50M+ installs|
|6||ShareMe: File sharing||4.5||No||No||1B+ installs|
FamilyAlbum - Photo Sharing
No Ads In-app Purchases 5M+ installs
Perfect when there are several sets of grandparents to send pictures of the new grandbaby to. Great way to share photos and videos with select friends and family without it being accessible to the public. No more pixelated videos through texts, and no need to share your children's whole lives on social media and mess around with tons of privacy settings. Tracking date and time will be helpful when creating scrapbooks and photo albums at a later date.
Send Anywhere (File Transfer)
Contains Ads In-app Purchases 10M+ installs
As a matter of fact, the only app that worked and worked very easily was this Send. Send Anywhere is good because it's easy, and it can even save devices so that you don't need to type in a code each time you want to send files. Just select the files you want to send, and it creates a code that the other person will use on their computer or phone; and that's it, file transfer for. Very convenient for sending files from iPhone to Android, it also has a good-looking UI and is easy to use.
The Guest - Photo Sharing
No Ads No purchases 100K+ installs
This app makes it easier to see and share photos of an event without asking people to text or email their photos afterwards. This is a wonderful way to be able to see your event through the eyes of your guests and to hold onto it all in one place. Some pictures were not posted when the time started for many people; overall, the pictures came out good. Guests can see all the pictures and choose to either upload manually, or automatically, everything in a specified time frame. It was easy to download photos that others had shared, and guests even got to like each other's photos.
Files by Google
No Ads No purchases 1B+ installs
This app is very handy and useful for clean-up activities, browsing, and organizing internal storage, plus sharing with others. And if not careful, the manager can get rid of some vital and crucial documents, thinking that they're junk files. Also, all types of files can be seen, whether it is a picture, video, audio, APK, apps, etc. For example, you can move photos from your internal storage to an installed SD card to free up space. Files by Google is a comprehensive tool to manage and access the files you store on your device. It makes it really easy to manage, delete, move, and clean out unnecessary files.
File Sharing - InShare
Contains Ads In-app Purchases 50M+ installs
The interface is easy enough to use, and there are a number of ways to transfer between all different types of devices. You can also keep track of which files didn't transfer through if the connection disrupts. Only hitch is that the WLAN takes time to open unless you do it manually and the WiFi notification keeps popping up. Then, there is no app greater than this one for sharing files faster, easier, and with a beautiful design. A little bit of the scanner is sufficient for scanning, and it can scan from a great distance. Every other file-sharing app has ruined the user experience, especially Shareit and Superbeam.
ShareMe: File sharing
No Ads No purchases 1B+ installs
Quickly share images, videos, music, apps, and files between Android mobile devices. Transfer speed depends on your router speed, so if you have a decent speed, you won't have to connect your USB ever again. Good app when useful, all files can be shared easily; this is a good creative app. Send apps, all your videos, all or select pictures, and music of course, in minutes. Sort your data according to file type, such as documents, pictures, videos, etc.