Super dynamic file sharing app Xender first became available on the Tizen Store in October last year to the delight of many Tizen mobile users. All this while that the app has been on the Tizen Store, it has been available as an ACL-compatible version of the app. This means that it wasn't custom built for the Tizen operating system. However, it might interest you to know that native Xender app has now been launched on the Tizen Store.
If you use a device running on the Tizen OS then you'll understand the difference between the ACL-compatible app and the Native app. For those who don't know, ACL stands for Application Compatibility Layer and is an app that functions like an emulator which allows you run ACL-compatible apps, originally developed for the Android OS, on the Tizen platform. Native apps are custom built specifically for the OS. Basically, the Native app runs faster and consumes less battery power than ACL-compatible apps. This is as a result of the fact that there is no secondary software trying to mimic the original OS the app was built for. Consequently, the ACL app could also consume less storage space. The difference can be quite marginal at times so ACL can still be a good bet!
Another important point to note from the launch of the Native Xender app is that more and more apps are being developed specifically for the Tizen OS. This is an indication of the growing popularity of the Tizen OS, especially among the developer community. We look forward to having more native apps on the Tizen store.
The Xender app is a comprehensive app for all file sharing needs. It allows users to share any type of file, at any time, without any mobile data usage or even the need to have an internet connection. The file sharing app allows data sharing between smartphones and with your PC without the need for a USB cable or Bluetooth connection. The app boasts of being the fastest all-in-one file transfer and sharing app around.
The app hitting the Tizen store doesn't only restrict you to transfer files with Tizen-powered devices but also, you can transfer files with Android and iOS devices. This, no doubt, makes transferring files like photos, music, videos, apps, documents and any other file types of unlimited file size between mobile phones more convenient.