Bluetooth File Transfer allows you to exchange files between your Android phone and any other Bluetooth-enabled device.
The application lets you browse, explore and manage the files of any Bluetooth-ready device. You can use Bluetooth File Transfer to copy files from your phone to your computer or to someone else’s phone, and vice versa.
It has some smart file management capabilities too, allowing you to create, delete, and rename files and folders on your phone. There’s also a smart search tool in Bluetooth File Transfer that lets you find files based on file type, size, and date, as well as searching by keyword.
Share files in a pinch
Bluetooth File Transfer is incredibly easy to use. The program is able to automatically turn on Bluetooth when you start it, and it allows you to connect to detected devices with a single click. The interface is split into two tabs – one for local files and the other for remote files.
To transfer a file using Bluetooth File Transfer all you need to do is browse to its location on your phone, tick the box next to its name, then choose 'Upload' from the pop-up menu. Once the other Bluetooth device has granted permission for the file to be received, it will be transferred. The process works in a similar way in reverse, although this time you choose 'Download' from the menu in the remote device tab. The great thing about Bluetooth File Transfer is that it lets you transfer multiple files at the same time.
While Bluetooth File Transfer is simple enough to grasp, the user interface is a bit ugly and looks old fashioned. With a lick of paint the app will be super slick.
Painless file transfers
Bluetooth File Transfer provides a simple and quick way of exchanging files between mobile devices and PCs.