Smash Is A New App That Makes Sharing Files Easy


UPDATE: Smash said that there have been some changes when it comes to storing your data, something the Play Store listing did not reflect. Your data will be stored the closest to you, to the closest possible option. So, if you live in France, they'll be stored in France. Smash also has servers in London, California, Ohio, Ireland, Canada, and many other parts of the world.

ORIGINAL ARTICLE: If you're looking for an app that allows you to easily share files with anyone, Smash is a great option. This is a brand new application, and thus far, people seem to be really happy with it.

You can easily send photos, videos, music, or any type of document using the Smash app. This app is really easy to use, and you can send those files to anyone, even if they don't use Smash.


Smash app does not require you to register, or anything of the sort

That is the app's greatest advantage, pretty much, on top of the fact it does not require you to register or anything of the sort. So, how does it work? Well, as you'd expect, really.

All you have to do is select the files you'd like to share, and then proceed to transfer them to Smash's servers. Once the transfer is finished, you'll get a link that you can share via any of your apps.

So, you can share that link via WhatsApp, for example, and whoever you sent it to will be able to download the files you've uploaded. It's a really simple way of doing things without the need of having the same app installed.


In addition to not requiring you to log in, or anything of the sort, this app also doesn't have a file size limit. The app also won't compress your files. So, let's say you want to share a set of really nice, high-resolution pictures. Well, you can do that, in their original size.

The files you upload to this app will be available for seven days. Once that timeframe has passed, Smash will delete your files from its servers. That is the main reason Smash can share files without compression, or anything of the sort.

Smash notes that your files are perfectly safe. They are stored in France, and soon Smash will have servers in the US and the UK, for users from those countries.


Your files are encrypted at all times

The company also says that your files are encrypted in transit, and while they rest on its servers. Smash also guarantees that you won't have to deal with ads while you're using the app.

The company also notes that a number of well-known companies already use its services. Those companies include Universal Music, Disney, NASA, Starbucks, BBC, and so on.

The design of this app is extremely simple, It combines a white background with a pastel red color. The design is minimalistic, and the whole focus is on the files you're sending.


This app is free to download and use, while ads are not a part of the experience, and the same goes for in-app purchases. If you're interested in trying out this app, hit the link down below.

Download Smash (Google Play)