Top Windows 8, 10 NFC Apps in the Windows Store
These days using a WiFi connection isn’t the only way possible for transferring data from one device to another. As you know, most of the Windows 8 devices are coming with NFC support, so by using the mentioned protocol you can easily establish a proper connection between different devices like tablets, laptops, or desktops. In case you want to learn which NFC apps works best on the Windows 8 platform, don’t hesitate and take a look over the list from below.
NFC or Near Field Communication represents a short-range protocol used for contactless communication between various devices. You can understand NFC as a simplified WiFi connection, though the terms are quite different. In order to establish the mentioned connection both Windows 8 devices must have support for NFC. You can use this connection for exchanging data but only on a short range distance (less than 2 cm). Of course with NFC you can transfer only small amount of data, but the service is quite useful especially when you need to get something quick and by using high-speed data transfer.
Anyway, if you want to properly use NFC on your Windows 8 device, then check the list from below and learn which app to download from Windows Store in order to enjoy a stable and proper connection.
Some of the best Windows 8 NFC Apps
Share My Files is a dedicated NFC app compatible with Windows 8 devices, the app bringing important features that can be used for transferring data and for completing other operations. In a few words with Share My Files you will be able to send files to other Windows 8 tablets, laptops or desktops using either NFC or Wi-Fi Direct, while you can also upload your local files to your SkyDrive account, or send them to any other Windows 8 PC using “Tap and send” in the Devices charm, which leverages NFC. Share My Files is priced $1.99 on Windows Store but a free trial can be anytime downloaded for testing the tool by yourselves and for free.
This tool is perfect for those who are new in using the NFC concept. TagWriter is coming with basic features and with advanced options that can be used for managing NFC accounts, transfers and so on. Moreover, TagWriter is available for free on Windows Store so you can test this app without spending any money. You can learn easily how to send files and data using NFC and you can also develop new strategies for improving your NFC experience.
Another free distributed Windows 8 NFC app is NFC Kits. NFC Kits is a highly appreciated tool on Windows Store as the software received four stars of ratings and great reviews from the users who have tested it on their own Windows 8 devices. Basicially with NFC Kits you can easily create your own NFC tags, while the tool can be used for reading, or writing messages from proximity devices. Tag format supported: URI, Mail, Telephone, Contact, Launch App, Windows Phone and Printer. If you like it, then don’t hesitate and head to Windows Store and download for free NFC Kits.
That was all for now; this was my review related to the best Windows 8 NFC apps that are currently available at Windows Store. You can anytime test these apps in order to choose the tool that you prefer the most. Also, if you managed to use a better software than the ones described here, don’t hesitate and point that out by using the comments field from below and we will update this review accordingly.
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