Rajouri Boy Develops File Sharing Android Application | Pir Panjal Post

Ashfaq Mahmood

Rajouri: Ashfaq Mehmood, a17 year old boy from village Loorkote of District Rajouri  has successfully developed a file sharing Android application which he calls Dodo Drop. He claims this app as an alternative to the China-based Shareit, which was recently banned by the Government of India for security and privacy reasons.

Ashfaq claims that his app has a transfer rate of 480 Mbps and is quite easy to use. The transfer of data is fully secured with 256 bit end-to-end encryption. Using Dodo Drop, one can share files between Android to Android and  Android to iOS as well as Android to Computer.

Ashfaq Mehmood is distinction holder both in 10th as well as 12th standard . He has also cleared JEE Mains exam this year and is now preparing for JEE Advanced Exam for his further selection in IIT. His aims for Software Engineering from some reputed institution.

The file transfer app which Ashfaq Mehmood has developed can be found on the following URL:


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