Radon Android App lets you share links across devices, using ultrasound pulses

Sharing links is a common practise among most Android users, but what if you are willing to share them to everyone nearby you, without WiFi, NFC, or Bluetooth? You won’t be sending it through a SMS or WhatsApp message now, will you? Hard to accept, but I am certainly sure that most of you do it, since I have done it too in the past.


We have resources available in Android that are not used that often by app developers. Nearby basically works on the methodology of using proximity sensors. For now, the API could be used for sending messages (Also, sharing information) and for nearby multiplayer gaming.

About Radon Android App

Radon Android App Screenshots

Radon is a unique app, that makes use of less-common Nearby API. It basically lets Android devices to interact with each other, and share information, even when they are not connected to the same WiFi network. The app makes effective use of the Nearby API, to share links, videos, and much more to all the nearby devices, simultaneously, required that the other devices are running this app too. So now, forget confirming PINs, scanning QR codes, or NFC, where actually you can only share to only one device at-a-time. Radon overlooks all such limitations like pairing, connecting, and tapping. But it is still only limited to sharing URLs. So just tap to share, and Radon will take care of everything.

The best part? The app is available for FREE at the Google Play Store. Radon has been brought to by – Nam Nghiem, so don’t hesitate to support the developer by posting some constructive reviews.

You can download the app by clicking the app box below, or either by scanning the QR code.

Radon - Share using Ultrasound

Tell us how Radon has proved useful to you, via the comments. We will be waiting to hear from you, because we love Radon, do you?

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Dhananjay (DJ) is an Android devotee and a Tech Blogger by profession. He is a keen undergraduate, seeking and working hard on his ambitions to achieve something distinctive in his life. He prefers interacting with his readers in the most reproaching manner possible and his desires here are not just to reach out the tech figures, but also attract those those non-interested minds to our Android universe. He proudly owns Nexus 6P, Nexus 5, OnePlus One and a Nexus 4.