Encouraged by the Indian government’s decision to ban more than 50 Chinese apps, many of the youngsters have started working on the alternatives. Some of them are successful and some are on their way to success.
One such story is of an Indian app known as ‘Dodo Drop’, which is a file-sharing app and a replacement of SHAREit. The Indian version of the app ‘Dodo Drop’ allows file sharing such as video, images, audio, documents, and even apps between two devices without internet, and that too in high speed up to 480 Mbps over an encrypted direct Wi-Fi network.
According to the internet sources, the app is developed by 17-year-old Ashfaq Mehmood Choudhary from Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district.
Click here to visit the Play Store from where you can download the app and start using it. At the time of writing this article, the application had more than 5000 downloads from the PlayStore.
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