A new Android app that lets you use the Android browser to share links to online files and photos without having to install spyware, is set to hit Google Play on Friday.
It is the latest example of the growing trend of free software that allows users to share content online, but with no need for installing a spyware-laden program.
The Zorin chat software is a free software program developed by a team of software developers from the Free Software Foundation, which is part of Google’s Android group.
It is available for download on the Android marketplace.
The software works by letting you use a browser to send links from the browser to an online file, and then a user can open that link and view or download the file without having installed a spy program.
Users also can view the file on their smartphone.
The free software is free for use by Android users who don’t have Google Play installed.
In addition to being free, the app has some important security features, including a “zero-knowledge” feature that means the app doesn’t require users to be authenticated before it can send links.
“Zorina chat is a great way to share files without the need to install a spy-ware program,” said the software’s creator, Alex Gudkov.
Zorinas software can be downloaded for free on the Google Play store.”
The Zorina software has also a number of other features that are helpful for people who want to share their files but don’t want to install the spyware.”
Zorinas software can be downloaded for free on the Google Play store.