Looking for a more secure way to share important documents with others?
According to a Sammobile report, Samsung is operating on a secure file sharing app, following its Quick Share functionality for local file sharing.
Of course, there are quite a few ways of transferring files between mobile devices these days, but secured transfers are still an issue. The Shanghai-based company is looking to make the process safer for users through its upcoming blockchain-powered secure file share app dabbed Private Share, to facilitate file transfers safely.
Using the app, people will be able to share their files confidentially, while being authorized to set an expiration date for the files which will automatically disappear after the expiry date. Apparently, the app won’t enable recipients to re-share a received file, and screenshots won’t be available either.
To share files securely through Private Share, both parties involved will need to have the Private Share app. The transfer starts on a channel created the moment the sender sends a transfer request and the recipient accepts.
Most likely, Private Share will arrive on Galaxy S30 series, soon to reach Samsung phones and tablets too.