Zapya is a very effective, easy-to-use file-transfer app by DewMobile, Inc. The official trailer of the utility starts with a typical university classroom where students are on the verge of falling asleep. Zapya is called upon to shoo the drowsiness away. It seems as though every device in class has the utility installed. All of a sudden, transmissions of games, audio and video files, programs accompanied by notification sounds create a cacophony. The professor is confused about what is going on. Then it starts to annoy him and then the bell rings, but this is not the end of it. Apparently, the professor also has Zapya on his device, so he transmits the homework to the students' smartphones. An inspiring trailer of a free-of-charge app on AppStore and Google Play. The program has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users.
Old Technology, New Possibilities
As it has already been mentioned, Zapya transfers files. When a person is in need of transferring a heavy folder or an archive, Zapya should be the program you turn to. Its average transmission speed is 300Mb per 100 seconds, which is 5 times faster than Bluetooth. 3Mb per second - a truly impressive achievement. The principle is simple: a gadget should be chosen to create a group with give-away Wi-Fi. The best part is that you don't need 2/3G Internet. The rest of the gadgets enter the group and the transmission may begin. The fault in Zapya's stars is that Android users have no limitations while the iOS people are strictly limited.
Content transfer gets a new dimension. No Internet required, all it needs is a Wi-Fi access point on one of the gadgets for the others to connect to it.