Nearby Share between Android and Windows should work in almost all countries
A month ago Google started testing Nearby Share app for Windows. It is similar to Apple Airdrop, which allows Android smartphone users to share files with Windows computers. Back then, the beta was geographically restricted and might not be available in every country.
Now information has changed on the support page of the service — the application is available in almost all countries (with a few exceptions). And although it was possible to try the application before, now it has support in most parts of the world.
Nearby Share Beta for Windows PCs is available in the US and most countries globally. Support is currently not available for the following: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and Syria.
There is no information regarding the terms of exiting the beta yet. Also, the point of technical requirements remains unchanged, where support for ARM processors for PCs is still lacking.