nitroshare-desktop - Network file transfer application for Windows, OS X, & Linux

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Warning: the master branch is very unstable at the moment. If you want stable builds, please visit the releases page or checkout the 0.3.4 branch. A cross-platform network file transfer application designed to make transferring any file to any device as painless as possible.



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