Google had to take a step in that direction, and Apple is a prime example of its own AirDrop file sharing solution when it decided to end Android Beam with Android Q. With this new feature, Android users can share content content over the cellular network without the need for an Internet connection, as iPhone users can.
Fast Share uses Bluetooth to trigger the handshake between the two devices, and then transmits content over Wi-Fi. You can set visibility for your device so that you remain open for transfers or hidden from third parties. The process is the same as Apple's AirDrop, where you select one or more files, click Share, select the device from the list of visible files, and click Send.
For the time being, generic placeholders indicate that you can share files with Chromebooks, Pixel phones, Android Wear devices, and even iPhones. There are still many questions about this upcoming feature, but it is reassuring that Google is at least working on it. For more information, see the following source link.
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