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    Published: 2012-05-22, by .

    SonicShare is a transfer file service that allows you to easily share any file with nearby friends

    7
    • Ease of use
    • Good-looking layout
    • Lots of files formats
    • Original file sharing system
    • Free version maximum 1MB file size (5MB during trial)
    • Range should be widen (just 2 meters)

    "Share files with nearby Android devices"

    It's true that there lots of different sharing file systems: WiFi, Bluetooht, GPS, 3G, e-mail, IP... each of them fit in a situation. SonicShare doesn't use any of these system and it's really useful when you want to share files with friends who are close to you.

    It uses radio waves through the speaker to send files, so your friends must be close to you (2 meters at most). Of course, the app installed in all the devices is required. You can send contact, app (.apk), URL, SMS, sdcard files, pictures, music, videos, clipboard, bookmark... and many other type of files. One of its strongest points is the 1-to-many transfer, that allows you to send a file to multiple receivers at once.

    The app is set in a simple but cute interface: hand-drawn like interface with icons grid of files type. It's really easy to use: just select file format, choose the file you want to send, select and press send. Make sure the receiving devices have also opened the sonic apps.

    The main flaw: free version just allows you to send files of maximum 1MB (5MB during the trial). If you find the app useful, you'll need to upgrade to other version, depending on your needs: SonicSuper (20MB files) or SonicUltra (50MB files). Highly recommendable.

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    Manu Appszoom logo

    by Manu , Appszoom

    May 22, 2012

    Description

    Wanna transfer a file to your friend nearby you? But he or she is not in your contact list? This app may help you.

    SonicShare is a new way to send files. You do not need the wifi tethering, bluetooth, gps, nor input any ip, cloud link, email address, tel, id, nor select the names from a long contact list (but finally found that he is not in your list :P) In order to achieve a file transfer, the only thing you need is your friends are nearby you, both open this app, select the file/item, and click the SEND button. The file will be passed to your friends' devices. Simple enough?

    You can send any kinds of file. jpg, mp3, wmv, mp4, txt, xls, pdf, apk .... no format limitation. Besides the files, by using the interface provides by this app, you can also send URL, sms text, contact, android apps (apk), app market link, clipboard content, your predefined name card, web history, ... This app also supports 1-to-many transfer, which means if you want to share a file to 10 friends, you just send once, then all your friends will receive the sent file in a few minutes. Interesting?

    BTW, why do not use Bluetooth? Yes, bluetooth does the same thing. But it requires many approval steps and some compatibility problems between devices. Do you have any bad experience in sending files via bluetooth but fail finally after tons of annoying steps? I have many. :P

    If you want to contact me or want to be one of the developers, drop me a mail at cantfactory@gmail.com

    Thanks a lot of trying my apps. Enjoy ...

    Please read the faq at http://sonic.cantfactory.com/faq.php

    Software Compatibility:
    It supports android version from 2.0 to 4.0.4(ICS).

    Hardware Compatibility:
    From my record, the following models can operate this app without problem:

    [Samsung]
    Galaxy S (GT-I9000)
    Galaxy S+ (GT-I9001)
    Galaxy SL (GT-I9003)
    Galaxy S2 (GT-I9100)
    Galaxy Note (GT-N7000)
    Galaxy Tab 7 (GT-P1000)
    Galaxy Tab 7.7 (GT-P6800)
    Galaxy Mini (GT-S5570L)
    Galaxy Ace (GT-S5830)
    Galaxy Ace L (GT-S5830L)
    Galaxy Nexus (mysid)
    Galaxy Nexus (yakju)
    Galaxy Nexus (yakjusc)
    DoCoMo Galaxy Tab (SC-01C)
    DoCoMo Galaxy S (SC-02B)
    DoCoMo Galaxy S2 (SC-02C)
    DoCoMo Galaxy Tab 7 (SC-02D)
    DoCoMo Galaxy Note (SC-05D)
    AT&T Galaxy S2 (SGH-I777)
    AT&T Galaxy S (SGH-I997)
    Admire (SCH-R720)
    [HTC]
    Desire HD (htc_ace)
    Desire(htc_bravo)
    ChaCha (htc_chacha)
    Thunderbolt (htc_mecha)
    Sensation (htc_pyramid)
    Sensation XL (htc_unnymede)
    EVO 4G (htc_supersonic)
    EVO 3D CDMA (HTI12)
    Vigor (htc_vigor)
    Desire-Z (htc_vision)
    Mytouch 4G (full_glacier)
    Nexus One (passion)
    Ville (ville)
    [Sony]
    Xperia Arc S (LT18i_1255-1481)
    Xperia S (LT26i_1257-9045)
    Xperia mini pro (SK17a)
    Xperia NX (SO-02D)
    [Motorola]
    Droid RAZR(spyder_vzw)
    Droid Bionic(targa_vzw)
    Defy (MB525)
    MB300 (motus_att_us)
    [LG]
    Optimus (elini)
    Optimus One P500 (thunderg)
    Gelato NFC (lge_gelato)
    [Others]
    Gigabyte G-Smart (G1355)
    Huawei S7 Slim (SLIM_MTN_ZA)
    DoCoMo F-05D (f11sha)

    Not compatible:
    [Sony]
    X10*

    [Saumsung]
    Galaxy Tab 8.9
    Galaxy Tab 10.1

    *** Tested in some tabs which without telephony function. It can send signal but cannot receive. I found that their microphone cannot detect frequency higher than 16000 Hz. Sorry to say that this app cannot support those hardwares.

    Users review

    from 79 reviews

    "Great"

    8

    Users comments for SonicShare

    New Dhaka

    by New Dhaka

    Jan 06, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    O

    Saksham Karnawat

    by Saksham Karnawat

    Nov 18, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    Probably the best app I need.. LOVE it thanks

    David Simal

    by David Simal

    Oct 05, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Only some high freq pulses are sent for negociation, then data is sent over internet... should be mentionned in the description :-/

    Suraj Arya

    by Suraj Arya

    May 16, 2013  |  "Great"

    Improve mobile

    Arsalan Masood

    by Arsalan Masood

    Mar 12, 2013  |  "OK"

    I think you are using microwaves to share the data. Can you please explain what sound frequencies have you used to transfer the data? Also, please explain How did you generate such high frequencies on android hardware currently available? How are you receiving such high frequencies on the target device(s)? Are there no filters(digital or analogue) available on currently available android devices f