AirDrop, a service that allows us to send any kind of content to other Apple devices, whether it's an iPhone, iPad, iPod or Mac is one of the most useful and free ways we can share information. This is a job that has been with us for many years, for 8 years straight, recently arrived at Samsung.
It didn't end there, because Android offered this way with Android Beam, but with the introduction of Android 10, Google has removed it by forcing manufacturers to perform similar functions
AirDrop only allows us to share content with the device, so if we want to send it to other devices, we have to do the same work over and over again. The immediate share, which has reached the hand of the Global S20 launched on February 11, offers us a very similar service to AirDrop, but is currently available in the new generation of the Galaxy S20 range, though the company is confirming it will provide support for other ports in the coming months.
As expected, the AirDrop function is still limited to Apple devices as is the case with Quick Assignment, a function that will only work with the Korean manufacturer's edges. The same thing will happen with the same work there Vivo, Xiaomi and Oppo
The reason why Google abandoned Android Beam, is because it used NFC chips to send content and was growing it is problematic and difficult to post content due to various desires used by each manufacturer on their smartphones. What is clear is that if Google planned to end this option, it should have proposed another solution so that at least within the Android system there would be a convenient and easy way to send content between devices.