There are a number applications you can use to wirelessly send files, such as popular applications AirDroid and Pushbullet, or for a faster, safer and more without having to log in, Send Anywhere is just as worthy alternatives.
One of the main reasons for the popularity of apps Send Anywhere is that it uses P2P networking (peer-to-peer) to transfer your files, without having to keep them on a server, by the way. Which means that once the data is retrieved, the file is not located in a "cloud", waiting for anyone to discover. For each send the file you get the QR code or a unique six-digit key, which is valid for a short period of time ie. 10 minutes, which you can share with someone who is already in use Send Anywhere on a mobile phone or computer. Any user can access the file until there is a QR code or a unique key - so there is no need to apply for this application.
If security is not what you want, you can also add files to the server and share them with more people. What is good, is the ability to set a time limit after which the file will be automatically deleted from the server.
On Android, this application can share different types of files such as photos, music, videos, documents, ASF, contacts, and more. And on the PC, you can send and receive almost all kinds of file types. Send Anywhere argues that there is no limit on the files, but I have tested this claim with a file size of 2.3GB - sending went smoothly, there were no problems.
Send Anywhere is an application that is safe, simple, and that comes in handy when you want to send a file from your phone to a PC or vice versa, without having to be caught up with cables. Send Anywhere application can be downloaded for free from the Play Store, while the PC version can be downloaded HERE.