Locally App

If you ever wished it was easier to send files and text to nearby devices, especially being at home and already connected to the home Wi-Fi, this app might help you. It doesn’t require Internet connection and is cross-platform.

Quickly discover devices in your network and send text and files, being able to continue the sending if files are too big.

The goal of this project is to achieve frictionless continuity in divergent devices ecosystems.

Stepping stones are remembering devices, being present while in background, joining devices in a group, providing common clipboard and folder.



Link to Google Play.


Link to App Store.

Windows 11, 10


Debian based (*.deb)

Red Hat based (*.rpm)

What’s new in version 1.3 (March 2024)




What’s new in version 1.2 (February 2024)



Apple, Android and Desktop:

What’s new in version 1.1 (January 2024)


On some operating systems you’ll need to manually open the port 37789 in order for the app to be discovered and be able to receive files.

Known operating systems that need manual port opening

  1. OpenSUSE Tumbleweed connected to mobile Hotspot network.

     sudo firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-port=37789/tcp
     sudo firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-port=37789/udp

    or manually search for firewall in your application menu and open the port 37789.

The app running on a device with restrictive firewall rules will still be able to send files to other devices and discover other devices in the network.


Email Nicolai Trandafil