This App Makes Transferring Files Between Your Mac and Smartphone Easy

No Bluetooth connection or any USB cable required.

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Transfering files, especially large files, from your Mac to your iPhone or iPad can be a pain the ass. AirDrop can be slow and sometimes unreliable. There are other methods that use Bluetooth, which are useful if you’re using a non-Apple Device, but those can also be slow and/or problematic, too. Sally is a new Mac app that aims to solve those issues.

Sally doesn’t use Bluetooth or any USB cables. Nor does it require you to use/download a smartphone app. Instead, you just drag and drop your file in the app, and scan a QR code with your iPhone or Android device. File transferred. It’s supposed to be fast and secure, and pretty much seamless. If you’re down to give it a try, Sally offers a 7-day free trial period. Or you can just buy the app straight-up for $10.

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