Google launches Samba client for file sharing

Google has launched a new app called Samba client on Google Play Store, with this app user will able to access files on their networks remotely between different operating systems The Android OS does not have this ability, but now with the newly launched app users gain this feature too.


What is the new client?


It is an open-source implementation of the SMB/CIFS networking protocols, which allows many Unix-based operating systems to connect to Windows file shares and printers, this makes things easier to transfer files over a network between different operating systems.


As the app in its initial release, it is missing few things but the essential task of sharing files can be done. You will have to enter the name of the file which you planned to share and specify the username and password if you have. And tap on the ‘Mount’ button, it will enable the file share to appear in the Downloads/Files app. You can copy files, edit and delete them remotely.


So, give a try to all new Samba client from Google Play Store.


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