Any Send makes for one of the simplest way to transfer content inside your local network, reducing the operations needed for the task to be carried out to just a few clicks.
Any Send was brought up as a file sharing application, one that can arrange for speedy file delivery between two or more devices attached to the same Internet connection. There’s no limit to the number of files you can send or to the size of the packages, for that matter.
The installation process is easy to follow through and so is usage especially that during the first startup you are presented with a tutorial that carries you through all the functions of the program and how they are performed.
There’s no actual interface to Any Send; instead, it places an icon in the system tray, from where you can explore its feature set seamlessly. Simply click on the icon in order to get a list of all the available computers inside the network (these devices need to have Any Send installed as well), to which you can send any type of file.
In order to achieve this, copy the item to be sent (Ctrl+C should suffice), select the target device and just paste it (via the Ctrl+V hotkey). At this point, the recipient should get a message inside the system tray, allowing for the file to be downloaded instantly. A notification should also be displayed on your computer, letting you know if the transfer was successful.
Other highlights include the possibility to customize the display name, the profile picture, various notification settings, as well as the destination folder for the received content.
All in all, Any Send comes across as a reliable and speedy file sender, aimed towards anyone in need of an effortless means to exchange content inside a local connection.