Features that are otherwise not available by default can be enabled with Good Lock. Over the past few years, we’ve seen the addition of many Good Lock modules with the company usually giving them out after the annual OneUI software refresh. DropShip is a file transfer app that can send files to practically any device, including phones, tablets, and even your laptop, and it is now available for Good Lock users.
Availability is limited to south Korea, but soon will be more widely available
DropShip isn’t as fast as some of the other alternatives like Quick Share or Nearby Share, so it’s worth noting. Think of it as a sleek, one-stop web transfer shop, if you’ve used a service such as WeTransfer, because it doesn’t use wi-fi to make local connections. We expect the service to be more widely available over the next few weeks, though it is currently limited to South Korea.
The first word on DropShip’s availability was given to forum users by the company. Once the user selects the files they want to send, the app will create a link for users to access in order to initiate a download, which is easy to do. Users can set a timer for the end of the file share for security. DropShip also allows you to access files from various cloud storage services such as Microsoft OneDrive, and so on.
The author of the forum post claims that some users have gotten the feature to work with OneUI 4.1 devices, even though it was believed that DropShip would only work with OneUI 5.0. Compatibility could be limited to higher-end phones and tablets, leaving out the budget and mid-range offerings of the company.
DropShip has a daily file transfer limit of 5 gigabytes per user who need to log in to their account. The receiver doesn’t need a SAMSUNG account to allow users to send files to anyone, with some of the limitations that we’ve mentioned. It’s not too shabby for a free file transfer service, unless you count the cost of a phone.